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Re: InverseLaplaceTransform


Hi,

you can try the direct definition of the inversion and evaluate it
numerical.

How ever if you can't find a back transform it is better to solve
the original equation numerical instead of making a Laplace transform.

Hope that helps
  Jens

Knut Henning Schroder wrote:
> 
> I have a Laplace function (from a diffusion problem in
> electrochemistry), but this function cannot be inverted, and I have to
> do this numerically.
> Please let me know how to do that using Mathematica or in another way.
> Regards,


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