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lesson39 - Lesson 39 Intro to L aplace Transforms and the...

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Lesson 39 – Intro to L aplace Transforms and the Complex Frequency Domain. (Sections 9-1and 9-2) (CLO 9-1) We are now entering a major new part of the course. Remind the students of the basic tools they will use in all circuits analysis. Remind them of what was covered in time-domain circuit analysis. Circuits with energy-storage elements give rise to differential equations. There are two types of sources associated with energy-storage circuits: input sources and stored energy sources. Solutions to differential equations are generally described by exponentials – real, complex or imaginary. In stable circuits, the output generally consists of a transient response – that eventually goes away – and a remaining response that does not change called the steady-state response. Classical solutions of second-order differential equations are messy to solve. Higher-order equations become very difficult to solve. A lot about a circuit’s behavior - especially the circuit’s time-domain performance - can be
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