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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
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Simple Model Of The High Frequency Permeability Of Narrow Thin-Film Structures With Eddy Currents, Walls, And Saturation

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We report the derivation and experimental verification of a simple model of the high frequency permeability of narrow soft-magnetic thin film structures which includes eddy currents and magnetization rotation, wall motion, and saturation. Data is presented for long narrow magnetic rectangles with the idea that common thin-film magnetic structures, such as recording heads, can be are modelled as connected stripes of different widths. The easy magnetic axis is aligned perpendicular to the applied field and to the long axis of the stripes. The model has two terms: from the easy-axis aligned domains, the bulk permeability (magnetization rotation) reduced by eddy Currents and the constriction due to closure domains, and from the hard axis regions, domian wall motion described by the standard damping limited theory of wall motion solved for an oscillatory field. Saturation is handled by clipping the total moment change at 4πM, and replacing the wall phase delay with the transit time for a wall to cross the film. © 1992 IEEE

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01 Jan 1992

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics

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