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La Place

La Place

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S. Boyd EE102
Lecture 3The Laplace transform
definition & examples
properties & formulas
linearity
the inverse Laplace transform
time scaling
exponential scaling
time delay
derivative
integral
multiplication by
t
convolution
3–1
 
Idea
the Laplace transform converts
integral 
and
differential 
equations into
algebraic 
equationsthis is like phasors, but
applies to general signals, not just sinusoids
handles non-steady-state conditionsallows us to analyze
LCCODEs
complicated circuits with sources, Ls, Rs, and Cs
complicated systems with integrators, differentiators, gains
The Laplace transform 32
 
Complex numbers
complex number in Cartesian form:
z
=
x
+
jy
x
=
z
, the
real part 
of 
z
y
=
z
, the
imaginary part 
of 
z
j
=
1
(engineering notation);
i
=
1
is polite term in mixedcompanycomplex number in polar form:
z
=
re
jφ
r
is the
modulus 
or
magnitude 
of 
z
φ
is the
angle 
or
phase 
of 
z
exp(
 jφ
) = cos
φ
+
j
sin
φ
complex exponential of 
z
=
x
+
jy
:
e
z
=
e
x
+
jy
=
e
x
e
jy
=
e
x
(cos
y
+
j
sin
y
)
The Laplace transform 33

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