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tranceical

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Hi Guys,

I have an expression that i am struggling to manipulate into a laplace transform. This expression should fit one or a combination of the common transform pairs. I believe the transform the expression should be fitting is either a

Please find the expression and my attempt attached. I multiplied through to simplify and leave multiplied terms in the denominator so i can split the fraction for partial fractions (if necessary)

Please could you give me a nudge in the right direction from here? Can i split the fraction to:

r(ei(s))/[sL1+(r/1+src)]

and

r(ei(s))/(1+src)

and try to arrange into two laplace transforms from there? Or is there a another way i can get the original expression into the laplace form?

Please note: i have values for Ei, R, L and C which i can input at some point.

I hope this isn't too unclear, i would really appreciate any help/tips you can give me. Many thanks

I have an expression that i am struggling to manipulate into a laplace transform. This expression should fit one or a combination of the common transform pairs. I believe the transform the expression should be fitting is either a

__unit step__1/s a__unit ramp__1/s^2 an__exponential__1/s+a or a combination.Please find the expression and my attempt attached. I multiplied through to simplify and leave multiplied terms in the denominator so i can split the fraction for partial fractions (if necessary)

Please could you give me a nudge in the right direction from here? Can i split the fraction to:

r(ei(s))/[sL1+(r/1+src)]

and

r(ei(s))/(1+src)

and try to arrange into two laplace transforms from there? Or is there a another way i can get the original expression into the laplace form?

Please note: i have values for Ei, R, L and C which i can input at some point.

I hope this isn't too unclear, i would really appreciate any help/tips you can give me. Many thanks