H(s)=(Gw0^2/(s^2 + (w0/Q)s + w0^2))

which transform do i use?

btw dont know if this is the right forum.

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- Apr 20th 2012, 03:00 AMtechmathcalculate impulse response with inverse laplace transform
H(s)=(Gw0^2/(s^2 + (w0/Q)s + w0^2))

which transform do i use?

btw dont know if this is the right forum. - Apr 20th 2012, 03:42 AMProve ItRe: calculate impulse response with inverse laplace transform
First of all, is this what you were trying to find the inverse Laplace transform of?

$\displaystyle \displaystyle \begin{align*} H(s) = \frac{Gw_0^2}{s^2 + \left(\frac{w_0}{Q}\right)s + w_0^2} \end{align*}$

If so, start by completing the square in the denominator.