Hullo was wondering if anyone could help me. In dimensional analysis using then buckingham pi theorum, i'm not sure how to express an angular velocity in terms of basic dimensions (i.e M (mass), L (length), T(time), [tex]\Theta[/tex] (temp).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know an angular velocity is revs/s or rad/s so its going to be 'whatever radians/ revs are in basic dimensions * T^(-1)

But I'm not sure how to express revs/rads in basic dimensions? Are they just dimensionless?

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# Homework Help: Angular velocity in dimensional analysis

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