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Title: On the design and generation of the double exponential function
Authors: Dutta Roy, S C
Bhargava, D K
Keywords: exponential function
comparable accuracy
Issue Date: 1996
Citation: Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on, 45(1), 309 - 312p.
Abstract: For the double exponential function f(t)=K(e-at-e-bt), which is used for impulse testing of electrical components and systems, we derive an approximate relation between the ratio ym=Tm/Tmax, where Tmax and Tm are, respectively, the times to reach the peak value Fmax and the value Fmax/m on the tail of the pulse, and the ratio x=b/a. This relation is useful for finding x for a prescribed ym, where m is usually equal to 2. Our formula is much simpler than that given by Googe, Ewing and Hess (1992), but gives results of comparable accuracy. We also present a number of RC two-ports for generating the test function f(t) from an impulse function δ(t), as well as from the step function u(t)
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1863
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