# How do you convert RPM to G Force?

## How do you convert RPM to G Force?

To convert revolutions per minute (RPM) to relative centrifugal force (RCF), or g force, use the following formula: RCF = (RPM)2 × 1.118 × 10-5 × r.

## How many RPM is 300g?

1383 rpm

For example, if the rotating radius is 14 cm and the G-force (g) is, 300g (Nidacon protocol), the relative centrifugal force is 1383 rpm.

**Is XG the same as g?**

RCF is expressed in multiples of the standard acceleration due to the earth’s gravitational field (times gravity or x g) so don’t be surprised if you see RCF and “x g” (g-force) used interchangeably in most centrifugation protocols.

### How do you calculate RPM from RAD s?

To convert a radian per second measurement to a revolution per minute measurement, multiply the frequency by the conversion ratio. The frequency in revolutions per minute is equal to the radians per second multiplied by 9.549297.

### Is XG RPM or RCF?

i.e. how wide the rotor is and how fast it is moving. RCF or RPM? From this it is clear that the correct unit for the amount of centrifugation to use in a given protocol is RCF (a.k.a. x g). But most centrifuges, especially microcentrifuges, only have settings for RPM.

**Which is better RPM or RCF?**

RCF is the preferred method of measurement as it will remain the same even if you are using a different centrifuge with a different rotor size.

## What is RPM and RCM?

“RPM” is “rotations per minute” while “RCF” is “relative centrifugal force.” RPM denotes the number of revolutions a rotating object is doing per minute while the RCF denotes the force applied on an object in a rotating environment. The RCF is calculated using the RPM and the radius.

## What is RPM to rad s?

Revolution Per Minute to Radian Per Second Conversion Table

Revolutions Per Minute | Radians Per Second |
---|---|

1 RPM | 0.10472 rad/s |

2 RPM | 0.20944 rad/s |

3 RPM | 0.314159 rad/s |

4 RPM | 0.418879 rad/s |

**How many radians are in an RPM?**

### Is XG and RCF same?

Relative Centrifugal Force (RCF) is the term used to describe the amount of accelerative force applied to a sample in a centrifuge. RCF is measured in multiples of the standard acceleration due to gravity at the Earth’s surface (x g). This is why RCF and “x g” are used interchangeably in centrifugation protocols.