Berlin 2015 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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TT 40: Electronic Structure of Magnetism, Micromagnetism, Computational Magnetism (organized by MA)

TT 40.11: Vortrag

Dienstag, 17. März 2015, 12:15–12:30, H 0112

Nonlinear frequency-dependent effects in the dc magnetization of uniaxial magnetic nanoparticles in superimposed strong alternating current and direct current fields — •William Coffey1, Nijun Wei1, Sergey Titov1, Yuri Kalmykov2, and Declan Byrne11Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland — 2Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Physique, F-66860, Perpignan, France

The dc component of the magnetization of noninteracting fine magnetic particles possessing simple uniaxial anisotropy and subjected to strong ac and dc bias magnetic fields is calculated via the magnetic Langevin equation. In the presence of an ac driving field, the dc component of the magnetization of uniaxial particles alters drastically leading to new nonlinear effects; in particular, it becomes frequency-dependent. In axial symmetry, where the strong ac field is parallel to the easy axis of a particle, two distinct dispersion regions in the dc magnetization at low and mid-frequencies emerge, corresponding to longitudinal overbarrier and intrawell relaxation modes. Such frequency-dependent behavior allows one to estimate the magnetization reversal time via the half-width of the low-frequency dispersion band. Otherwise, by applying the strong ac field at an angle to the easy axis of a particle so breaking the axial symmetry, a third high-frequency nonlinear resonant dispersion in the dc component of the magnetization appears accompanied by parametric resonance behavior due to excitation of transverse modes with frequencies close to the precession frequency.

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