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Ferromagnetic sublattices of antiferromagnetic skyrmion crystals formed in two-dimensional square lattices Journal article
Superlattices and Microstructures, 2019,Volume: 126,Page: 25-31
作者:  Liu Z.;  Ian H.
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Antiferromagnet  Dzyaloshinsky-moriya interaction  Quantum simulation method  Skyrmion lattice  
Vortical structures for nanomagnetic memory induced by dipole-dipole interaction in monolayer disks Journal article
SUPERLATTICES AND MICROSTRUCTURES, 2018,Volume: 117,Page: 495-502
作者:  Liu, Zhaosen;  Ciftja, Orion;  Zhang, Xichao;  Zhou, Yan;  Ian, Hou
收藏  |  浏览/下载:9/0  |  提交时间:2018/10/30
Spin vortex  Magnetic memory  Dipolar interaction  
Interplay of Dzyaloshinsky-Moriya and dipole-dipole interactions and their joint effects upon vortical structures on nanodisks Journal article
PHYSICA E-LOW-DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMS & NANOSTRUCTURES, 2017,Volume: 90,Page: 13-20
作者:  Liu, Zhaosen;  Ciftja, Orion;  Ian, Hou
收藏  |  浏览/下载:10/0  |  提交时间:2018/10/30
Dzyaloshinsky-Moriya interaction  Dipole-dipole interaction  Magnetic vortices  Quantum simulation model  
Oscillating layer thickness and vortices generated in oscillation of finite plate Conference paper
AIP Conference Proceedings
作者:  Sin V.K.;  Wong I.K.
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arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian method  oscillating layer thickness  vortices  
Model validation of Rayleigh's problem for oscillating finite plate Conference paper
AIP Conference Proceedings
作者:  Sin V.K.;  Wong I.K.
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arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian method  laminar flow  Rayleigh problem  
Simulation on Vortex Effect for Superconducting Devices Conference paper
Proceedings of COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE EPMESC X, Sanya, Hainan, China, Aug. 21-23, 2006
作者:  S. L. Lei;  M. I. Lao;  I. N. Chan
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Vortex, Time-dependent Ginzberg-landau (Tdgl), High-temperature Superconductors (Htsc), Superconducting Flux Flow Transistor (Sfft), Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (Squid)