Hello everyone, I've just got a quick conceptual question regarding solving circuits using the laplace transform.
See figure.
As my textbook shows, there are two possible transformations of an inductor and/or a capacitor into the frequency domain. One with the impeadance in series with the initial condition voltage source, the other in parallel with the initial condition current etc...
My question is, how do I know which one to pick, and why? Is there certain cases where one representation will simplify the work much more than the other representation? How do I distinguish this?
Thanks again!
See figure.
As my textbook shows, there are two possible transformations of an inductor and/or a capacitor into the frequency domain. One with the impeadance in series with the initial condition voltage source, the other in parallel with the initial condition current etc...
My question is, how do I know which one to pick, and why? Is there certain cases where one representation will simplify the work much more than the other representation? How do I distinguish this?
Thanks again!
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