Approximate solutions to non-linear differential equations using Laplace transform techniques
Brady, Charles Raymond
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At the present times the primary method of obtaining solutions to non-linear differential equations is by means of the digital computer and numerical techniques. A method is here proposed to find an approximate mathematical expression through the use of Laplace Transform techniques. Thus, the Laplace Transform concept is extended to the solution of non-linear differential equations.
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