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Journal of Applied Physics
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A computationally fast, two-dimensional vector hysteresis model

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Abstract

A new, computationally fast, two-dimensional vector hyteresis model has been developed. While the model is similar in spirit to those which compute the local magnetization as the sum of the magnetizations of a collection noninteracting Stoner-Wohlfarth particles, it ultimately, after several features to provide computational speed and flexibility are introduced, has nothing in common with the latter except the ability to treat correctly the physics of hysteresis.

Date

01 Jan 1987

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Journal of Applied Physics

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