2-Using the Laplace transform find the solution for the following equation d/ at y(t)) + y(t)...
d) Find the Laplace transform of the following function: f (t = 0 to +09) eat dt e) Find the equivalent solution of (d) using MATLAB method(s) (find 2 methods). d) Find the Laplace transform of the following function: f (t = 0 to +09) eat dt e) Find the equivalent solution of (d) using MATLAB method(s) (find 2 methods).
3. (30 points). Determine function y(t) from the following differential equation using the Laplace transform d?y dt2 dy. +42 + 3y = 3 dt y(0) = 2, y'(O) = 0
(t)= . Use the Laplace transform to solve the following initial value problem: 44" + 2y + 18y = 3 cos(3+), y(0) = 0, y(0) = 0. a. First, take the Laplace transform of both sides of the given differential equation to create the corresponding algebraic equation and then solve for L{y(t)}. Do not perform partial fraction decomposition since we will write the solution in terms of a convolution integral. L{y(t)}(s) b. Express the solution y(t) in terms of a...
Using Fourier transform, prove that a solution of the Laplace equation in the half plane: Urn+ Uyy=0,- << ,y>0, with the boundary conditions u(1,0) = f(t), - <I< u(x,y) +0,31 +0,+0, is given by r(2, y) == Love you > 0. Hint: 1. Take Fourier transform on the variable r, 2. Observe U(k, y) +0 as y → 00, 3. Use pt {e-Mliv = Vice in
4 points) In this exercise we will use the Laplace transform to solve the following initial value problem: y"-2y, + 17y-17, y(0)-0, y'(0)-1 (1) First, using Y for the Laplace transform of y(t), L.e., Y ()), find the equation obtained by taking the Laplace transform of the initial value problem (2) Next solve for Y- (3) Finally apply the inverse Laplace transform to find y(t) 4 points) In this exercise we will use the Laplace transform to solve the following...
where h is the Use the Laplace transform to solve the following initial value problem: y"+y + 2y = h(t – 5), y(0) = 2, y(0) = -1, Heaviside function. In the following parts, use h(t – c) for the shifted Heaviside function he(t) when necessary. a. First, take the Laplace transform of both sides of the given differential equation to create the corresponding algebraic equation and then solve for L{y(t)}. L{y(t)}(s) = b. Express the solution y(t) as the...
Problem 4 Given: St t(t) # -t e g(t) a) Compute fg () using convolution integral method. b) Compute g*f () with Laplace transform. o) What are the differences between the results of questions (a) and (0) above? d) Find the Laplace transform of the following function: (t 0 to +oo) e dt e) Find the equivalent solution of (d) using MATLAB method) (find 2 methods) Problem 4 Given: St t(t) # -t e g(t) a) Compute fg () using...
Solve the following differential equation with given initial conditions using the Laplace transform. y" + 5y' + 6y = ut - 1) - 5(t - 2) with y(0) -2 and y'(0) = 5. 1 AB I
Problem 1: Find the Laplace transform X(s) of x(0)-6cos(Sr-3)u(t-3). 10 Problem 2: (a) Find the inverse Laplace transform h() of H(s)-10s+34 (Hint: use the Laplace transform pair for Decaying Sine or Generic Oscillatory Decay.) (b) Draw the corresponding direct form II block diagram of the system described by H(s) and (c) determine the corresponding differential equation. Problem 3: Using the unilateral Laplace transform, solve the following differential equation with the given initial condition: y)+5y(0) 2u), y(0)1 Problem 4: For the...
4. Solve the given differential equation (i.e., find y(t)) using Laplace transform method: and subject to the conditions that yo) = 0 and y” + 2y'+y=0 y’0) = -2. 21