Course details of EP 503 - Advanced Magnetic Materials & their applications

Course Name Advanced Magnetic Materials & their applications
Total Credits 6
Type T
Lecture 2
Tutorial 0
Practical 1
Selfstudy 0
Half Semester N
Prerequisite Nil
Text Reference Michael Ziese , Martin J Thornton ( Eds), Spin Electronics, Springer, 2001. H. S. Nalwa (Ed), Magnetic Nanostructures, American Scientific Publishers, 2002. J.A.C.Bland and B.Heinrich (Eds), Ultrathin Magnetic Structures, Springer, 1994. G. J. Long and F. Grandjean (Eds), Supermagnets, Hard Magnetic Materials, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.
Description Magnetism: Paramagnetism, magnetically ordered materials: Ferromagnets, Ferrimagnets and Anti Ferromagnets. Magnetism in Metals, Stoner-Woblferth theory. Magnetism in insulators, Amorphous materials. Transformer steel. Various forms of magnetic energies: Magnetostatic, Magnetic Aniotropy and Magnetostriction. Direct, indirect, super and double exchange. Magnetism in thin films, muiltilayers and fine particles. Superparamagnetism. Recent developments: Giant Magneto resistance, Collosal magnetoresistance, Tunnel magnetoressistance. Spin values. Basics of spin polarized transport and spintronics. Ferromagnetic Resonance, Basics of spin-wave theory, Spin wave resonance. Magnetostatic modes. Application: High frequency and microwave ferrites, permanent magnets, Basics of Magnetic Recording. Recording head and media. Permanent magnets.
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