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- Homework Statement:
- A transfer function is given how A must be chosen so that the impulse response associated with H has components with te^{at}\sigma(t)

- Relevant Equations:
- Laplace Transoformation

Hello!

Consider this transferfunction H(s);

$$ H(s) =\frac{s-1}{1-2(s^2-s)-As-\frac{A}{2}} $$

Now I need to determine A (note that A is coming from R) so that the impulse response h(t) (so in time domain) so that it contains components with $$te^{at} \sigma(t) $$.

Now I honestly really have no idea how to solve this.We are susposed to use the Laplace Transformation,so I tried a few things but it got me nowhere to be honest.

What I tried is; since the transferfunction is given in the frequency domain (s) and we need the impulse response in time domain (t) I was thinking of reverting the H(s) into h(t) (Inverse Laplace transformation) and then seeing what would that bring me; But the problem is how can I revert the function in the time domain? For that I need partial fraction decomposition,to get it in a form where I could use the standard Laplace Transformations (the one that are given on a sheet,the most common ones). And I can't do the decomposition when I can't find the zeros of the denominator.

I tried using the integral of the inverse Laplace transformation and it didnt bring me very far.Any insight would be great;

Also the solution should be ;

A = 2 and A = 6

Thanks

Consider this transferfunction H(s);

$$ H(s) =\frac{s-1}{1-2(s^2-s)-As-\frac{A}{2}} $$

Now I need to determine A (note that A is coming from R) so that the impulse response h(t) (so in time domain) so that it contains components with $$te^{at} \sigma(t) $$.

Now I honestly really have no idea how to solve this.We are susposed to use the Laplace Transformation,so I tried a few things but it got me nowhere to be honest.

What I tried is; since the transferfunction is given in the frequency domain (s) and we need the impulse response in time domain (t) I was thinking of reverting the H(s) into h(t) (Inverse Laplace transformation) and then seeing what would that bring me; But the problem is how can I revert the function in the time domain? For that I need partial fraction decomposition,to get it in a form where I could use the standard Laplace Transformations (the one that are given on a sheet,the most common ones). And I can't do the decomposition when I can't find the zeros of the denominator.

I tried using the integral of the inverse Laplace transformation and it didnt bring me very far.Any insight would be great;

Also the solution should be ;

A = 2 and A = 6

Thanks