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TOC Alert for Publication# 20 2018March 19<![CDATA[[Front cover]]]>544C1C1257<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Magnetics publication information]]>544C2C281<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>54412211<![CDATA[Tuning of Microwave Frequency and Power Enhancement Using Spin Torque Nano-Oscillator With Tilted Polarizer]]>$beta $ and $theta $ ). The spin torque induced magnetization precession dynamics is studied numerically by solving the governing Landau–Lifshitz–Gilbert–Slonczewski equation. The TP STNO free layer precession frequency is determined by varying TP angle ($beta $ ) from 0° to 90°. For a particular value of $beta $ , we can vary ($theta $ ) the angle between the free layer magnetization and easy axis of magnetization from 0° to 90°. It is found that the frequency range is accessible at all tilt angles and highly tunable in the order of GHz. Also, the maximum operating frequency 124.5 GHz and corresponding power of $1.478~mu text{W}$ /GHz/mA^{2} is obtained for $beta =60 {^{circ }}$ and $theta =90 {^{circ }}$ with the applied current density of $10times 10^{10}$ Am^{−2}. Moreover, our results allow great freedom in choosing the detailed layer structure of the TP STNO and these findings pave a new route for the implementation of nanoscale microwave sources for future generation integrated electronics.]]>544151119<![CDATA[Domain Wall Nucleation in Ferromagnetic Nanowire With Perpendicular Magnetization Stimulated by Stray Field of V-Shaped Magnetic Particle]]>544182074<![CDATA[The Anisotropy of $Delta E$ Effect of Fe–Ga Single Crystal]]>$Delta E$ effect of the Fe–Ga single crystal. Some specific crystallographic directions which are [100], [110], [111], and [112] directions are selected to study the magnetomechanical behavior under magnetic field and stress loading. The strain–stress curves and Young’s modulus-stress curves are simulated. Two more cases of direction selection [$theta in (0,pi)$ , $varphi = pi $ /4, and $theta = pi $ /2, $varphi in (0,2pi)$ ] are used to study the relationship between $Delta E$ effect and crystallographic direction, which shows that the directions showing minimum saturated magnetostriction and maximum pure elastic modulus along the two routes have an abnormal change trend of the $Delta E$ effect. The results show that the $Delta E$ effect of the Fe–Ga single crystal has a high degree of anisotropy. Both the atomic packing density and the domain motion have great effect on the final magnetomechanical coupling behavior.]]>544161164<![CDATA[Novel Method of Evaluating Accurate Thermal Stability for MTJs Using Thermal Disturbance and its Demonstration for Single-/Double-Interface p-MTJ]]>$Delta _{0}$ quickly, in 10 min for one target magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ), without magnetoresistance random access memory chip which includes CMOS devices. This method is based on the thermal disturbance between parallel state and antiparallel state at high temperature as well as the temperature dependence of material properties. Using this method, we have successfully demonstrated that $Delta _{0}$ factors of 70 nm$phi $ p-MTJ with single and double CoFeB/MgO interfaces at 24 °C are 76.1 and 178.2, respectively. The value of $Delta _{0}$ of p-MTJ with double CoFeB/MgO interface is about twice as single one.]]>544152316<![CDATA[Analysis and Compact Modeling of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions Utilizing Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Anisotropy]]>544192028<![CDATA[Hysteresis Suppressing of Modulated Magnetoresistive Sensors Using Bidirection Pulse Magnetization]]>544151247<![CDATA[Blocking Temperature Engineering in Exchange-Biased CoFeB/IrMn Bilayer]]>54417691<![CDATA[Resonance-Enhanced Coupling for Range Extension of Electromagnetic Tracking Systems]]>544192348<![CDATA[A Derivative-Based Method for Buried Depth Detection of Metal Conductors]]>544192233<![CDATA[Imaging the Topology of Grounding Grids Based on Wavelet Edge Detection]]>544181434<![CDATA[Theoretical Basis for Physically Correct Measurement and Interpretation of Magnetic Energy Losses]]>54417708<![CDATA[A Temperature Compensation Method for Magneto-Elastic Tension Sensor in Rod-Like Structure Tension Measurement]]>−5. The degree of CHLC distortion caused by temperature change is reduced from 10^{−2} to 10^{−5} with the proposed temperature compensation method.]]>5441164889<![CDATA[Mixed Finite-Element Method for the Closed Waveguide Problem Filled With Anisotropic Media]]>54417673<![CDATA[Some 2-D Multiscale Finite-Element Formulations for the Eddy Current Problem in Iron Laminates]]>5441164878<![CDATA[Oscillating Ferromagnetic Yoke in the Magnetic Field of a Permanent Magnet]]>5441111528<![CDATA[Analytical Calculation of No-Load Magnetic Field of External Rotor Permanent Magnet Brushless Direct Current Motor Used as In-Wheel Motor of Electric Vehicle]]>544161890<![CDATA[Cogging Torque Definitions for Magnetic Gears and Magnetically Geared Electrical Machines]]>synchronous cogging torque and the true cogging torque. Calculation of the true cogging torque is more difficult than the synchronous cogging torque, but an approximation to the true cogging torque can be obtained using the synchronous cogging torque. The theory is verified experimentally and supported further by results from dynamic simulations. The impact on magnetically geared machines is also considered.]]>544192417<![CDATA[New Subdomain Technique for Electromagnetic Performances Calculation in Radial-Flux Electrical Machines Considering Finite Soft-Magnetic Material Permeability]]>$r$ - and $theta $ -edges ICs). The proposed model is relevant for different types of radial-flux electrical machines with(out) permanent magnets (PMs) supplied by a direct or alternate current (with any waveforms). For example, the semi-analytical model has been implemented for spoke-type PM machines. The magnetic field calculations have been performed for two different values of iron core relative permeability (viz, 100 and 600), and compared with those obtained by the 2-D finite-element method. The semi-analytical results are in a very good agreement with those obtained numerically, considering both amplitude and waveform.]]>5441153229<![CDATA[Analysis of a Hybrid Rotor Permanent Magnet Motor Based on Equivalent Magnetic Network]]>544193157<![CDATA[End-Effect Magnetic Field Analysis of the Halbach Array Permanent Magnet Spherical Motor]]>544192341<![CDATA[Design and Analysis of a Novel Miniature Tubular Linear Actuator]]>544161157<![CDATA[Cost Pattern Value Method for Local Search Algorithms Applied to Optimal FEA-Based Design of Induction Motors]]>544182142<![CDATA[Ultra-Fast Perpendicular Spin–Orbit Torque MRAM]]>54414765<![CDATA[Analysis of Overhang Effects Using Conductor Separation Method in Coreless-Type PM Linear Machines]]>544141287<![CDATA[Coil Design Optimization of Power Pad in IPT System for Electric Vehicle Applications]]>544151366<![CDATA[IEEE Magnetics Society Information]]>544C3C360<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Institutional Listings]]>544C4C4504