Remote Walker breakdown and coupling breaking in parallel nanowire systems
Lew, W. S.
Date of Issue2014
School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
In a multiple nanowire system, we show by micromagnetic simulations that a transverse domain wall in a current-free nanowire can undergo a remote Walker breakdown when it is coupled to a nearby current-driven domain wall. Moreover, for chirality combination with the highest coupling strength, the remote Walker breakdown preceded the current-induced Walker breakdown. The Walker breakdown limit of such coupled systems has also been shifted towards higher current densities, where beyond these, the coupling is shown to be broken.
DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Applied physics letters
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