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can matlab find ilaplace

Asked by MINATI
on 28 Apr 2019
Latest activity Commented on by MINATI
on 29 Apr 2019
F1=ilaplace(exp(-y*sqrt(s+a))/s);
pretty(F1)

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Answer by Walter Roberson
on 28 Apr 2019
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MATLAB is not able to find the inverse laplace transform of that.
Maple can find it in terms of an integral, when the assumption that y > 0 is added.
Mathematica can find it in terms of erf and erfc

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MINATI
on 29 Apr 2019
Ok Walter let me check
Any way thanks for replying

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TADA
Answer by TADA
on 28 Apr 2019

Try that:
syms s;
F = exp(-y*sqrt(s+a))/s;
F1 = ilaplace(F);
pretty(F1);
I don't know what a and y are in your case, I assumed constants, but you might need to declare them as symbolic variables as well...

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MINATI
on 28 Apr 2019
@TADA
Yes a and y are constants
but desired answer not came by running your code
TADA
on 28 Apr 2019
Now I see it doesn't resolve...
I think some functions cannot be resolved using ilaplace but I'm not an expert
My apologies
TADA
on 28 Apr 2019
From what I can see, there seems to be a general difficulty with exponents

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