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Hi,
I'm new to this forum. It looks like an amazing source of information and people here seem to be helpful and knowledgeable.
Briefly, I'm an undergrad student currently studying Mechanical Engineering at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
The first equation seems a bit tricky to me. In fact, I've been working for a while on these two equations without being able to find the right way for solving them.
Here's what I would like to do:
1) Linearize the first equation
2) Take the laplace transform of both equations
3) Use Cramer's rule to solve the system of linear equations
4) Take the inverse laplace of the two equations thus obtained
Is it possible to linearize the first equation?
I'm new to this forum. It looks like an amazing source of information and people here seem to be helpful and knowledgeable.
Briefly, I'm an undergrad student currently studying Mechanical Engineering at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
The first equation seems a bit tricky to me. In fact, I've been working for a while on these two equations without being able to find the right way for solving them.
Here's what I would like to do:
1) Linearize the first equation
2) Take the laplace transform of both equations
3) Use Cramer's rule to solve the system of linear equations
4) Take the inverse laplace of the two equations thus obtained
Is it possible to linearize the first equation?
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