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Continuous wave approach for simulating Ferromagnetic Resonance in nanosized elements

@article{Wagner2015ContinuousWA,
  title={Continuous wave approach for simulating Ferromagnetic Resonance in nanosized elements},
  author={Kai Wagner and Sven Stienen and Michael Farle},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
  year={2015}
}
We present a numerical approach to simulate the Ferromagnetic Resonance (FMR) of micron and nanosized magnetic elements by a micromagnetic finite difference method. In addition to a static magnetic field a linearly polarized oscillating magnetic field is utilized to excite and analyze the spin wave excitations observed by Ferromagnetic Resonance in the space- and time-domain. Our continuous wave approach (CW) provides an alternative to the common simulation method, which uses a pulsed… Expand
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