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Mean-field analysis of the ising hysteresis relaxation time

  title={Mean-field analysis of the ising hysteresis relaxation time},
  author={Yongyut Laosiritaworn and Atchara Punya and Supon Ananta and Rattikorn Yimnirun},
In this work, the mean-field analysis was used to model Ising spins under the influence of time-oscillating magnetic field. The magnetic hysteresis was extracted by solving the non-linear differential equation of the magnetization in response to the field. The dynamic order parameter and its relaxation time were investigated as a function of temperature and characteristic of the field. From the results, it was found that the dynamic order parameter decayed in time and converged to zero or… 
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