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  • 4 years ago

what are the benifits of laplace transformation and partial fractions in circuit analysis please

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  1. Mr.Math
    • 4 years ago
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    Most circuits that involve either a capacitor or an inductor or both have to be solved using a differential equation of some form, for example: \(\large \large \frac{d^2i}{dt}+\frac{R}{L}\frac{di}{dt}+\frac{1}{LC}i=0,\) with some initial conditions gives for \(i(0)\) and \(i'(0)\). One of the best tools (maybe the best) for solving such a differential equation is by using Laplace transform, or what you might call changing from "t-domain" to "s-domain".

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    Partial fractions decomposition is very important for you when you want to transform back your solution in s-domain to the t-domain.

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    The numbers are not very nice. http://alturl.com/5cjad

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