Maths - Laplace Transform

The laplace transform f(s) of a function f(x) where x>0,

It is defined by the integral:

Here is a table of common Laplace Transforms:

1

1/s

s>0

s>0

()

s>a

sin (ax)

s>0

cos(ax)

s>0

cosh(ax)

s>0

s>-a

s>0

s>0

x sin(ax)

s>0

s>-a

s>-a

     
     
     
     
     

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spring,mass,damper model

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