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Engineering Circuit Analysis: International Student Version, Tenth Edition by R. Mark Nelms, J. David Irwin

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Chapter 14. APPLICATION OF THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

APPLICATION OF THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

THE LEARNING GOALS FOR THIS CHAPTER ARE:

  • Understand s-domain representations of basic circuit elements, including initial conditions

  • Be able to construct the s-domain circuit for an electric circuit

  • Be able to apply circuit analysis techniques to solve for voltages and/or currents in an s-domain circuit and know how to use the inverse Laplace transform to determine the voltages and/or currents in the time domain

  • Know how to determine the transfer function for an s-domain circuit

  • Be able to calculate a circuit's response to unit step and impulse functions using a transfer function

  • Know how to calculate the steady-state response of a circuit to a sinusoidal source using a transfer function

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