Take into account that:
Fernando Revilla
Hello,
I got the following differential equation :
Transforming this into a Laplace equation and computing the transfer function, I get :
Where I get into trouble is to obtain the inverse transformation. It seems probably silly. I do not have any problem solving more complex equations using partial fractions, but trying, this does not seem to apply here :
What am I missing here?
Thanks,
Jurgen
Take into account that:
Fernando Revilla
... and also we deduce that
does not exist.
Fernando Revilla
Of course. The misunderstanding on my part: I read your problem only about the decomposition of:
into simple fractions to find its inverse as a piecewise continuous and exponential order function not as a distribution. For that reason I talked about the non zero limit.
Fernando Revilla