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Development of a method to identify in-plane anisotropy axes in soft magnetic materials using a standard vibrating sample magnetometer

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Development of a method to identify in-plane anisotropy axes in soft magnetic materials using a standard vibrating sample magnetometer. / Bourn, Steven; Mercer, Tim ; Bissell, Phil; Vopson, Melvin Marian.

In: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 51, No. 11, 6000604, 11.2015.

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Bourn, Steven ; Mercer, Tim ; Bissell, Phil ; Vopson, Melvin Marian. / Development of a method to identify in-plane anisotropy axes in soft magnetic materials using a standard vibrating sample magnetometer. In: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 2015 ; Vol. 51, No. 11.

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abstract = "A method of identifying in-plane anisotropy axes in soft magnetic materials has been developed using an in-field-only measurement technique. The method is based on an extended bi-axial Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (VSM) technique that simulates the torque on a sample; giving rise to equivalent torque curves that are comparable with those determined directly using a torque magnetometer. Testing of the new methodology was carried out on magnetically soft and multi-axial nickel ferrite textured films deposited with various crystal orientations. The results compare well with the accepted bi-axial VSM technique, identifying the same in-plane anisotropy directions and relative easy and hard axes from the in-field measurement alone. This means that these characteristics could be determined using a standard VSM measuring magnetization in the field direction as long as it is fitted with a rotating sample stage.",
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