Angular Frequency

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angular frequency

[′an·gyə·lər ′frē·kwən·sē]
For any oscillation, the number of vibrations per unit time, multiplied by 2π. Also known as angular velocity; radian frequency.

Angular Frequency


the number of complete oscillations made in 2π units of time during a periodic oscillatory process. The relation between the angular frequency ω and the oscillation period Tor the oscillation frequency/is given by the equation ω = 2πf = 2π/T.

angular frequency (ω)

The frequency of a periodic quantity multiplied by 2p; expressed in radians.
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