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Remagnetization process of Fe-Rich Amorphous Wire under Time Dependent Tensile Stress

By Przemysław Gawroński, Alexander Chizhik, Juan Mari Blanco and Julian Gonzalez

Abstract

An influence of a time dependent external tensile stress on the remagnetization process of a bistable wire is investigated experimentally and numerically. The dependence of the magnetization on the frequency of the tensile stress is analyzed in terms of the magnetic domain structure of Fe-rich wires. The dependence of the switching field on the phase of the tensile stress is presented and reproduced by a straightforward numerical simulation of the remagnetization process in a bistable wire. There, the input is the experimental static dependences of the switching field and of the magnetization of the wire on an external tensile stress. The presented dependences of the switching field and the magnetization on the periodic tensile stress allow to tune the shape of the hysteresis loop, what can be useful in constructing a phase sensor

Topics: Condensed Matter - Materials Science, Condensed Matter - Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:arXiv.org:1103.4008
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