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    Including initial conditions in Laplace Transform MATLAB

    Hello Everyone!

    I'm trying to plot the response of a system against a particular input, but I am failing to do so because I need the output to start at a specific point. So, how can I include the initial conditions supposing my output is x and the system is a 2nd order linear system, i.e. I need to specify y(t) and dy/dt.

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    Re: Including initial conditions in Laplace Transform MATLAB

    Quote Originally Posted by rebghb View Post
    Hello Everyone!

    I'm trying to plot the response of a system against a particular input, but I am failing to do so because I need the output to start at a specific point. So, how can I include the initial conditions supposing my output is x and the system is a 2nd order linear system, i.e. I need to specify y(t) and dy/dt.

    Thanks!
    What tools are you trying to use? I believe the Control System Toolbox allows you to do this.

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