Modeling and analysis of overwrite behavior versus increasing head field in thin MP tape

S. Lalbahadoersing, J.P.J. Groenland, S.B. Luitjens, J.C. Lodder

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    Abstract

    A thin MP tape is modeled to study the overwrite behavior as a function of increasing head field. For the simulation we use a moving-Preisach and Stoner-Wohlfarth hysteresis model which is implemented in a numerical recording model. A measurement at the optimum current of the overwrite ratio (OWR) shows a perfect reproduction of its value in the simulation. A layer-by-layer depth analysis is performed to investigate the origin of the residual signal. The model can also explain the decreasing trend of the OWR versus the head field.
    Original languageUndefined
    Pages (from-to)444-447
    Number of pages4
    JournalJournal of magnetism and magnetic materials
    Volume193
    Issue number193
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

    Keywords

    • METIS-111930
    • IR-62986
    • PW50
    • Overwrite behavior
    • Recording model
    • MP tape
    • EWI-5512
    • SMI-REC: RECORDING
    • SMI-TST: From 2006 in EWI-TST

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    Lalbahadoersing, S. ; Groenland, J.P.J. ; Luitjens, S.B. ; Lodder, J.C. / Modeling and analysis of overwrite behavior versus increasing head field in thin MP tape. In: Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials. 1999 ; Vol. 193, No. 193. pp. 444-447.
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    In: Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials, Vol. 193, No. 193, 1999, p. 444-447.

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