To the theory of dynamic magnetization and magnetic reversal of a ferromagnet
The dynamics of motion of domain boundaries is investigated for samples with low magnetostriction. Changes in the coercive force parameter and maximum magnetic permeability are investigated for various magnetic materials depending on the dislocation density. It is established that an increase in the velocity of domain boundaries causes the decrease of the coercive force and the increase of the maximum magnetic permeability.
KeywordsDislocation Density Domain Boundary Coercive Force Silicon Content Magnetic Reversal
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