# Constant Angular Acceleration Calculator

The rate of change of angular velocity over a period of time is called as angular acceleration. Here is an online constant angular acceleration calculator to calculate the angular acceleration in rad/s^{2}. Enter the values of total torque and mass moment of inertia in the calculator to find angular acceleration.

The constant angular acceleration calculator determines the relationship among angular velocity, angular rotation and time.
Example:
The total torque exerted on a body is 10 rad/sec and mass moment of inertia is 12 sec. Calculate Constant Acceleration
α = 10 / 12
= 0.8333 rad/s2