Journal of Applied Physics
Biochemistry | Chemistry | Life Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Physics
A micromagnetics simulation has been conducted on nanostructured magnetic elements of iron in order to investigate the effect of the shape of the element on magnetic properties, such as domain formation and hysteresis loops. These results are compared with recent experimental studies. The results display an impressive agreement with both the experimentally observed magnetic domains in individual particles as well as the shape of the hysteresis loops. The simulation results then explain features in the hysteresis loops in terms of vortice formation and motion.
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Dao, NgocNga; Homer, S. R.; and Whittenburg, Scott L., "Micromagnetics Simulation of Nanoshaped Iron Elements: Comparison with Experiment" (1999). Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications. 61.