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Micromagnetism and the microstructure of ferromagnetic solids

Author: Helmut Kronmüller; Manfred Fähnle
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Series: Cambridge studies in magnetism.
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The main theme of this book is micromagnetism and microstructure as well as the analysis of the relations between characteristic properties of the hysteresis loop and microstructure. Also presented is an analysis of the role of microstructure in the fundamental magnetic properties (for example magnetorestriction or critical behaviour) of crystalline and amorphous alloys. The authors apply the theory of  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Helmut Kronmüller; Manfred Fähnle
ISBN: 0521331358 9780521331357
OCLC Number: 50906524
Description: xv, 432 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Units of magnetic properties --
Magnetic Gibbs free energy --
Introductionary remarks --
Magnetic energy terms --
Exchange energy --
Short-range exchange interactions --
Long-range exchange interactions --
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy --
Magnetostatic energies --
Elastic potential of a ferromagnet --
Strain tensor in ferromagnetic materials --
Determination of strain tensors --
Derivation of the magnetoelastic potential --
Basic micromagnetic equilibrium conditions --
Static micromagnetic equations --
Micromagnetic equations in polar coordinates --
Micromagnetic equations in terms of swirls and magnetic chares --
Linearized micromagnetic equations --
Domain walls in crystalline and amorphous solids --
Bloch walls --
Effect of magnetostrictive deformations --
Effect of internal stresses --
Bloch walls in cubic crystals --
Neel walls in bulk materials and thin films --
Neel walls in bulk crystals --
Neel walls in thin films --
Phase diagrams of Neel and Bloch walls in thin films --
Interaction of domain walls with defects --
Interaction energy of domain walls with point defects --
180[degree]-wall in amorphous alloys with uniaxial anisotropy --
180[degree]-wall in [alpha]-Fe --
Interaction forces of domain walls with point defects --
Interaction of Bloch walls with dislocations --
Straight dislocation lines --
Dislocations of length l parallel to the domain wall plane (x, y) --
Dislocations intersecting the domain walls --
Straight dislocation dipoles --
Dislocation loops --
Interaction of domain walls with planar defects.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in magnetism.
Responsibility: Helmut Kronmüller, Manfred Fähnle.
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The main theme of this book is micromagnetism and microstructure as well as the analysis of the relations between characteristic properties of the hysteresis loop and microstructure. Also presented is an analysis of the role of microstructure in the fundamental magnetic properties (for example magnetorestriction or critical behaviour) of crystalline and amorphous alloys. The authors apply the theory of micromagnetism to all aspects of advanced magnetic materials including domain patterns and magnetization processes under the influence of defect structures. Coverage includes modern developments in computational micromagnetism and its application to spin structures of small particles and platelets. It will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in condensed matter, physics, electrical engineering and materials science, as well as to industrial researchers working in the electrotechnical and recording industry.

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