TITLE

Vortex-antivortex assisted magnetization dynamics in a semi-continuous thin-film model system studied by micromagnetic simulations

AUTHOR(S)
Sang-Koog Kim; Ki-Suk Lee; Byoung-Woo Kang; Kyung-Jin Lee; Kortright, J. B.
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;1/31/2005, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p052504
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We have studied magnetization M dynamics in a semicontinuous 33-nm-thick Fe model system, which approaches new equilibrium states under various magnetic fields, H=0, -1, -10, and -30 Oe, starting from an initial M configuration of complex microstructures experimentally observed in a real continuous Fe film. Simulation results with H=0 clearly reveal that small needle-shaped domains and ripple structures found in a frozen state of the demagnetized Fe film continue to grow far into a surrounding 180° domain, and that zigzag folding structures appear through the M dynamic evolution assisted by vortex and antivortex. Furthermore, it is found that many domain walls of a cross-tie type exhibit their dynamic developments under H=-10 and -30 Oe, caused by interactions between vortex and antivortex states. This vortex–antivortex assisted M dynamic evolution offers deeper insights into the comprehensive understanding of the static or dynamic properties of M reversal processes as well as additional features or more details of magnetic microstructures in real continuous films.
ACCESSION #
16345384

 

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