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2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (2) ◽  
pp. 872
Andrea Cristofolini ◽  
Arturo Popoli ◽  
Leonardo Sandrolini ◽  
Giacomo Pierotti ◽  
Mattia Simonazzi

A numerical methodology is proposed for the calculation of transient electromagnetic interference induced by overhead high-voltage power lines in metallic structures buried in soil—pipelines for oil or gas transportation. A series of 2D finite element simulations was employed to sample the harmonic response of a given geometry section. The numerical inverse Laplace transform of the results allowed obtaining the time domain evolution of the induced voltages and currents in the buried conductors, for any given condition of the power line.

2022 ◽  
Vol 5 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-13
Habib H. ◽  
Tahir A. ◽  
Musa S. ◽  
Yusuf K.P.

In this study, a fuzzy Laplace transform is used to solve second order linear homogeneous ordinary differential equations. The solution obtained is based on the concept of gH differentiability and the relation between the fuzzy Laplace transform and its derivative for is obtained. Examples are constructed for the existence and uniqueness of solutions of second order FODE.

2022 ◽  
Daniel Fleisch

The Laplace transform is a useful mathematical tool encountered by students of physics, engineering, and applied mathematics, within a wide variety of important applications in mechanics, electronics, thermodynamics and more. However, students often struggle with the rationale behind these transforms, and the physical meaning of the transform results. Using the same approach that has proven highly popular in his other Student's Guides, Professor Fleisch addresses the topics that his students have found most troublesome; providing a detailed and accessible description of Laplace transforms and how they relate to Fourier and Z-transforms. Written in plain language and including numerous, fully worked examples. The book is accompanied by a website containing a rich set of freely available supporting materials, including interactive solutions for every problem in the text, and a series of podcasts in which the author explains the important concepts, equations, and graphs of every section of the book.

2022 ◽  

Abstract In this article I have used method which tells that number of solutions of Diophantine equation: n! = P(s) is infinite if some condition is satisfied. I have applied Inverse Laplace Transform to n! = P(s) and got function f(t) which is easier to deal with. The condition is given in section below contains zero of f(t) or zero of some modified function of f(t): g(t) = f(t) - h(t).

Kengo Shibuya ◽  
Haruo Saito ◽  
Hideaki Tashima ◽  
Taiga Yamaya

Abstract Positronium (Ps) lifetime imaging is gaining attention to bring out additional biomedical information from positron emission tomography (PET). The lifetime of Ps in vivo can change depending on the physical and chemical environments related to some diseases. Due to the limited sensitivity, Ps lifetime imaging may require merging some voxels for statistical accuracy. This paper presents a method for separating the lifetime components in the voxel to avoid information loss due to averaging. The mathematics for this separation is the inverse Laplace transform (ILT), and the authors examined an iterative numerical ILT algorithm using Tikhonov regularization, namely CONTIN, to discriminate a small lifetime difference due to oxygen saturation. The separability makes it possible to merge voxels without missing critical information on whether they contain abnormally long or short lifetime components. The authors conclude that ILT can compensate for the weaknesses of Ps lifetime imaging and extract the maximum amount of information.

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