Transfer function with non zero initial conditions

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Hello guys, I'd just like to ask how can I formulate transfer function of second order differential system when I don't have zero initial conditions?
the equation is = y''(t) + B/m*y'(t) + k/m*y(t) = g y(0)= -L
don't care what parameters mean .. it's supposed to be solved in general

Thank you.
 

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Maybe it helps to introduce a new dependent variable ##x(t) := y(t) - y_0 - v_0t## where ##y_0## and ##v_0## are your initial position and velocity? Then rewrite the ODE in terms of ##x## with ##x(0) = 0## and ##x'(0) = 0##.
 

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