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Old 08-03-2019, 06:46 AM
 
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When I was introduced to the one-sided Laplace Transform a few years ago we would always use tables for various simple transforms, but I have always been interested in learning how to compute the inverse transforms by using the actual Inverse Laplace Transform integral.
How can I learn to do that, and what are the prerequisites?

It seems to me that you would need to be fairly good at integration techniques and also some complex analysis.
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Old 08-10-2019, 11:49 AM
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When I was introduced to the one-sided Laplace Transform a few years ago we would always use tables for various simple transforms, but I have always been interested in learning how to compute the inverse transforms by using the actual Inverse Laplace Transform integral.
How can I learn to do that, and what are the prerequisites?

It seems to me that you would need to be fairly good at integration techniques and also some complex analysis.


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When I was introduced to the one-sided Laplace Transform a few years ago we would always use tables for various simple transforms, but I have always been interested in learning how to compute the inverse transforms by using the actual Inverse Laplace Transform integral.
How can I learn to do that, and what are the prerequisites?

It seems to me that you would need to be fairly good at integration techniques and also some complex analysis.
Any textbook on electrical technology theory. Laplace Transform is used to find the transient processes in electrical circuits.
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