Formula: Non-Uniform (Accelerated) Circular Motion Angle    Initial angular velocity    Angular acceleration    Time

Formula: Non-Uniform (Accelerated) Circular Motion
Angle traversed during non-uniform (accelerated) circular motion


Angle traversed within the time \(t\) during an accelerated circular motion. By accelerated is meant that the body turns faster and faster on the circular path.

Initial angular velocity

Angular velocity at the beginning of acceleration, that is at time \( t = 0\). Angular velocity is analogous to the velocity \(v\) in a linear motion.

Angular acceleration

A constant angular acceleration that indicates the change (decrease / increase) in angular velocity per second. It is analogous to the acceleration \(a\) in a linear motion.


Time at which the angle \(\varphi(t)\) was traversed during a circular motion.

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