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I have a complex impedance which I want to back transform into the time domain. My attempt in MM is:
InverseFourierTransform[1/((I \[Omega] Cs)/(1 - Cs Ls \[Omega]^2) + 1/Rp + I \[Omega] Cp + 1/(I \[Omega] Lp)), \[Omega], t, Assumptions->Cp > 0 && Lp > 0 && Cs > 0 && Ls > 0 && Rp > 0]
However this spits out some nasty expressions expressions with
Root[...] arguments, but given how nasty the current output is, or, I'm not sure how to deal with the output.
The objective is I want to weight the 'time-transient impedance' and then then Fourier transform it back into the frequency domain to see what my weighting does.