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Models of elastic and inelastic flux switching

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1 Author(s)
Nitzan, D. ; Standford Research Institute, Menlo Park, Calif.

The totaldot{phi}(t)waveform of a square-loop magnetic core switched by MMFF(t)from negative remanencephi = -phi_{r}is composed of elasticdot{phi}_{epsilon}(t), decaying inelasticdot{phi}_{i}(t), and bell-shaped main inelasticdot{phi}_{ma}(t). The worst delta noise in a coincident-current memory core pair is essentiallydot{phi}_{i}(t). The sources of these components and the staticphi(F)curve are explained qualitatively by means of the random variations of the energy gradient vs. domain-wall position: elastic wall displacements and elastic rotation of magnetization inducedot{phi}_{epsilon}(t); minor inelastic wall displacements of essentially constant wall areas inducedot{phi}_{i}(t); and major inelastic wall displacements (involving domain collisions) of varying wall areas inducedot{phi}_{ma}(t). Semiempirical models for thedot{phi}components are based on the characteristics of these displacements. A satisfactory agreement is obtained between these models anddot{phi}(t)oscillograms of a thin ferrite core.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Dec 1966

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