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- Date:
- October 5th, 2021.
- From:
- Rasmus Bjørk, E. B. Poulsen and A. R. Insinga
*Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark* - Contact:
- Rasmus Bjørk

We used the MagTense open source micromagnetic simulation framework to compute solutions to standard problem #4.

The spatial discretization subdivided the film into a collection of `N` rectangular prisms with edges parallel to the coordinate axes. (`N = N _{x} × N_{y} × N_{z}`), where in this specific problem we take

The numerical details of the computation of the exchange and demagnetization field can be found in the references below. The exchange field has been computed by using a standard finite difference centered stencil. The correct Neumann boundary condition has been applied to the problem. The demagnetization field was computed using an analytically correct expression for the demagnetization field from prisms, as described in the references below. The time integration of the LLG equation is performed using an explicit Runge-Kutta (4,5) formula.

- Field applied:
`μ`mT. The different components of the spatially averaged normalized magnetization as function of time is shown below up to_{0}H= [-24.6,4.3,0.0]`t =`1 ns.

We also shown an image of the magnetization whenfirst crosses zero below, as well as an animated sequence of the time evolution of the magnetization. The number of arrows drawn has been reduced from the actual 160x40 simulation. The color indicate the direction of the magnetization as shown in the small legend.

- Field applied:
`μ`mT. Again the different components of the spatially averaged normalized magnetization as function of time is shown below up to_{0}H= [-35.5,-6.3,0.0]`t =`1 ns.

We also shown an image of the magnetization whenfirst crosses zero below, as well as an animated sequence of the time evolution of the magnetization. The number of arrows drawn has been reduced from the actual 160x40 simulation. The color indicate the direction of the magnetization as shown in the small legend.

- Field 1:
Time series of magnetization and vector components of the magnetization when <
`m`> = 0._{x} - Field 2:
Time series of magnetization and vector components of the magnetization when <
`m`> = 0._{x}

[1] Bjørk, R., Poulsen, E.B., Nielsen, K.K., Insinga, A.R., MagTense: A micromagnetic framework using the analytical demagnetization tensor,

[2] Bjørk, R., & Nielsen, K. K., MagTense. Technical University of Denmark, DTU Energy, Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, (2019) DOI: https://doi.org/10.11581/DTU:00000071

[3] Insinga, A. R., Poulsen, E. B., Nielsen, K. K., & Bjørk, R., A direct method to solve quasistatic micromagnetic problems.

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