Multiscale modeling in micromagnetics: Existence of solutions and numerical integration

@inproceedings{Bruckner2012MultiscaleMI,
  title={Multiscale modeling in micromagnetics: Existence of solutions and numerical integration},
  author={Florian Bruckner and Michael Feischl and Thomas Fuhrer and Petra Goldenits and Marcus Page and Dirk Praetorius and Michele Ruggeri and Dieter Suess},
  year={2012}
}
  • Florian Bruckner, Michael Feischl, +5 authors Dieter Suess
  • Published 2012
  • Mathematics
  • Various applications ranging from spintronic devices, giant magnetoresistance sensors, and magnetic storage devices, include magnetic parts on very different length scales. Since the consideration of the Landau–Lifshitz–Gilbert equation (LLG) constrains the maximum element size to the exchange length within the media, it is numerically not attractive to simulate macroscopic parts with this approach. On the other hand, the magnetostatic Maxwell equations do not constrain the element size, but… CONTINUE READING

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