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Domain stability and polar-vortex transformations controlled by mechanical loads in soft ferromagnetic nanodots
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Phase field simulations are performed to investigate the domain structures of soft ferromagneticnanodots. It is found that the stability of the domain state is sensitive to its lateral dimensions. As the lateral dimensions increase, the stable domain state gradually changes from polar to vortex, with a transitional region where both the two ordered states are stable. Interestingly, the phase diagram is also a strong function of mechanical loads. By appropriately choosing the lateral dimensions, transformations between polar and vortex states can be induced or controlled by mechanical loads. The study provides instructive information for the applications of ferromagneticnanostructures.
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