Wednesday, December 5, 2012

1212.0710 (Ralf Betzholz et al.)

Phenomenological theory of the giant magnetoimpedance of composite wires    [PDF]

Ralf Betzholz, Haibin Gao, Zhenjie Zhao, Uwe Hartmann
Composite wires with a three-layered structure are known to show a particularly large magnetoimpedance effect. The wires consist of a highly conductive core, an insulating layer and an outer ferromagnetic shell. In order to understand the origin of the effect a theory based on a coupling of the Maxwell equations to the Landau-Lifschitz-Gilbert equation is suggested. The theory is phenomenological in the sense that it does not account for a domain structure. However, theoretical results nicely reproduce those obtained in various measurements. Furthermore, an upper limit of the magnetoimpedance ratio for a given combination of materials can be determined.
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