Magnetodynamics and Self-Organization in Strongly Non-Equilibrium Ferrosuspensions

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This paper presents computational and experimental studies of two phenomena occurring in magnetic suspensions under strongly non-equilibrium conditions created by high-frequency (in comparison with the inverse characteristic time of the particle mechanical motion) magnetic fields. First is the dynamic magnetic hysteresis in a dilute suspension of highly-coercive particles subjected to linearly polarized fields. Energy absorption by particles is of great interest for cancer treatment, chemical technology, biology and smart materials science. Second is related to polymer composite technologies and represents dissipative self-organization of a system of magnetically soft particles in a drying thin layer of polymer solution set under a rotating magnetic field

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Periodical:

Solid State Phenomena (Volumes 152-153)

Edited by:

N. Perov

Pages:

175-181

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.152-153.175

Citation:

B. Kashevsky et al., "Magnetodynamics and Self-Organization in Strongly Non-Equilibrium Ferrosuspensions ", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 152-153, pp. 175-181, 2009

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April 2009

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