Dynamics of Topological Magnetic Solitons: Experiment and Theory by Victor G. Bar'yakhtarDynamics of Topological Magnetic Solitons: Experiment and Theory by Victor G. Bar'yakhtar

Dynamics of Topological Magnetic Solitons: Experiment and Theory

byVictor G. Bar'yakhtar, Mikhail V. Chetkin, Boris A. Ivanov

Paperback | November 10, 2013

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Dynamics of Topological Magnetic Solitons gives a theoretical and experimental review of the dynamics of high-speed domain walls and Bloch lines. After the introduction of magnetic solitons, experimental methods for the observation of the dynamics of domain walls are presented. Further chapters discuss main features of the stimulated motion of domain walls, their magnetoelastic interaction, stability and relaxation. Finally, the dynamics of domain walls in weak ferromagnets with more than one dimension is treated. The last chapter presents the dynamics of Bloch lines and their clusters. More than 230 references guide the reader to the literature. Physicists will gain new insights in interesting applications of soliton theory in condensed matter physics. Engineers will find new information on magnetooptical effects for further applications.
Title:Dynamics of Topological Magnetic Solitons: Experiment and TheoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:181 pagesPublished:November 10, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662149192

ISBN - 13:9783662149195

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Table of Contents

Phenomenological theory of magnetism and classification of magnetic solitons.- Experimental methods of investigation of the domain wall dynamics in ferromagnets.- Main features of stimulated motion of omain walls.- Magnetoelastic interaction and dynamics of domain walls.- Stability and probabilistic description of DW motion.- Microscopic theory of relaxation of domain wall.- Non one-dimensional dynamics of domain walls in week ferromagnets.- Dynamics of bloch lines and their clusters.