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Clustermag

By Eldad Tamman

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Simulate clusters configurations of nanomagnets

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Version 1.1 - published on 04 Sep 2008

doi:10.4231/D3FB4WK7W cite this

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Abstract

This interactive simulator is designed to be and currently used as a research tool. The tool simulates 2D clusters configurations of nanomagnets and computes the hysteresis curve due to thermal noise and interaction between the nanomagnetic dots. In general, the simulator has two modes of operation: single run and multiple runs. In single run mode, the output will be the structure simulated, an Excel file containing snapshots of the system at dot flipping times, and the Hysteresis curve. In multiple runs mode, the simulator will output the structure simulated, the Excel file, and a normalized flipping histogram of each dot as well as an overlay of all the histograms together. Finally, the default values of the simulator are realistic.

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References

Xiao, Q., R. V. Krotkov, and M. T. Tuominen. "Simulations of nanomagnet clusters with perpendicular uniaxial anisotropy for multilevel data storage." Jurnal of Applied Physics 99 (2006)

Xiao, Qijun, Tianyu Yang, Andrei Ursache, and Mark T. Tuominen. "Clusters of Interacting Single Domain Co nanomagnets for Multistate Perpendicular Magnetic media Applications."

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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • Qijun Xiao,Craig Versek, Neal Anderson and Mark Tuominen

  • Eldad Tamman (2008), "Clustermag," http://nanohub.org/resources/nanomgnets. (DOI: 10.4231/D3FB4WK7W).

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