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`V = 2pi*D/2*"RPM"/60`

Enter a value for all fields

The **Linear Velocity from RPMs** calculator computes the linear velocity based on the rotation rate (R) and the diameter of the wheel (D).

- Choose units
- Enter the rotation rate (
**R**) - Enter the outer diameter (
**D**)

**Linear Velocity (V):** The calculator returns velocity in meters per second. However, this can be automatically converted to other velocity units via the pull-down menu.

The Linear Velocity from RMPs can be found using the following formula:

`v=(2pi)/60*r*N`

where:

- v = linear velocity on the edge of the radius (e.g. pulley)
- r = radius, where radius is half the diameter
- N = number of revolutions per minute

- Lever Beam Length
- Leverage Lift Weight
- Fulcrum Position
- Belt Length
- Belt Speed
- RPMs to Linear Velocity
- RPMs from linear velocity and diameter
- 2nd Pulley RPMs
- 2nd Pulley Diameter
- RPM of 4th pulley on three shafts
- 2nd Gear RPM
- Sum of Two Lengths
- Second Gear Torque

The formula for Linear Velocity is from Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolutions_per_minute).