 About 1,000 results  books.google.com The convolution (4.4) playing a fundamental role in the theory of LTI systems is
also known as the Duhamel's1 integral or the Duhamel's convolution principle.
The answer is thus the following. In the time domain, the operator O of an LTI ... 

 books.google.com DUAL PRINCIPLE [psychology, physics] (Niels Bohr, 1885—1962, Danish
physicist) See COMPLEMENTARY PRINCIPLE DUAL PRINCIPLE ... '*Weisstein,
E. W. (2004), Duhamel's convolution principle, in MathWorld—A Wolfram ... 

 books.google.com Duhamel's Convolution Principle Solving for x2 gives dt (22) (23) Duodecimal
839 Dumbbell Curve so dx 2h+x2 t = Note that the invariant of motion h satisfies .
= = ~ dx~dy (24) dh (25) (26) so the equations of the Duffing oscillator are given
by ... 

 books.google.com Convolution, Deconvolution and Nonlinear Estimation Fikri J. Kuchuk, Mustafa
Onur, Florian Hollaender ... The convolution integral is based on Duhamel's
principle and was first introduced by Duhamel (1833) through his work on heat ... 

 books.google.com Method Based on Duhamel's Principle for Dynamic System Analysis “Addressing
the identification problem of the ... In this method, we have constructed an
analytical iteration formula in terms of the convolution for the residual error at the
nth ... 

 books.google.com Also taking into account the commutative property of the convolution product we
have: t t df trdd dtfrdd )( )( 0 0 Applying Duhamel's convolution principle, the
Laplace transform of integrodifferential equation (2.16) takes the expression: p
ppp 1 ) ... 

 books.google.com The indicial method is based on the fundamental principle that the flow can be
linearized with respect to the forcing ... the value of C/ can then be expressed in
terms of the Duhamel superposition (or convolution) integral as J S~< J /"* 1*1 1
dL. 

 books.google.com The Convolution Integral Method (or Duhamel Integral Method) for determining
the response of an SDOF system to general dynamic ... The convolution integral
is based on the Principle of Superposition, which is only valid for linear systems. 

 books.google.com Duhamel's principle or convolution expresses the solution for a problem as a
superposition of a set of solutions of the homogeneous wave equation and
certain initial conditions. In problems that involve mechanical vibrations a force
time ... 

 books.google.com This integral given by Eq. 6105 is known under several names: superposition
integral, convolution integral, and the Duhamel principle. Generally speaking, the
methods of interpretation for a test with variable rate involve a correction of ... 

 