You can use the Centrifugal PropertyManager to apply angular velocity and acceleration to a part or an assembly in static, frequency, buckling, or nonlinear studies.
Selected Reference

Axis, Edge, Cylindrical Face for Direction 
Select an axis, an edge, or a cylindrical face to specify the direction of the centrifugal velocity and acceleration. The load is applied about the selected axis or face. 
Centrifugal Force

Unit 
Sets the units that are used to enter for the velocity and acceleration values. 

Angular Velocity 
Specifies a value for an angular velocity on the part or assembly. 

Angular Acceleration 
Specifies a value for an angular acceleration on the part or assembly. 

Reverse direction 
Reverses the direction of either the angular velocity or angular acceleration about the selected axis. 
Variation with Time
For nonlinear studies, you can define a timedependent centrifugal load.
Linear 
Uses a default linear time curve which passes through the points (0,0) and (t_{end}, A). Where A is the value of angular velocity or angular acceleration specified in the Centrifugal Force box and t_{end} is the End time specified on the Solution tab of the Nonlinear dialog box.

Curve 
Uses a userdefined time curve. Click Edit to define or import a time curve. The angular velocity or angular acceleration is calculated at any time by multiplying the value specified in the Centrifugal Force box by the Y value of the time curve. 
Graph 
Displays the actual timedependent centrifugal load components. 
Symbol Settings
Sets the color and size of the centrifugal load symbol.

Edit color 
Sets the color for the centrifugal load symbol from the color palette. 

Symbol Size 
Sets the size of the centrifugal load symbol. 

Show preview 
Toggles the preview display of centrifugal load symbols. 