Effect of Write Head Movement On Magnetic Spin Domain Reversal of Nanocube Co/Pd Alloy Material Using Micromagnetic Simulation
An analysis of the effect of the write head movement on the reversal time of the domain spin with magnetic Co/Pd on the magnetic recording layer has been carried out through micromagnetic simulation. The magnetic recording layer is modeled in the form of cubes (nanocubes) which consists of 5 domain spin. The write head, which is a transduser, moves along the domain spin to write data in the form of magnetic spins, which represent the bits on the magnetic recorder perpendicular. The results of this simulation are a profile of changes in the total magnetic field and reversal time of the domain spin when writing magnetic data for 6 nanoseconds. The calculation used in this study is an analytical calculation regarding the reversal time of the magnetic domain spin of the Co/Pd alloy material. The formulation for calculating the reversal time of domain-spin magnetization is a combination of graphical analysis and analytical calculations with visualization of the magnetic spin configuration that consisting of 5 domains spin. This simulation was carried out using the finite element method and obtained a saturation 5 field value of the magnetic alloy Co/Pd (Hs) material of 2.5 x 105 A/m and a write head (Hwh) field that 6 must be applied to the magnetic recording layer in order to reverse the uniform domain spin is 7.3 x 106 A/m. Each size of the domain spin requires a different write head, the smaller the nanocube size, the greater the write head field applied to the magnetic recording layer. Meanwhile, the effective write head 6 field amplitude that is suitable for the 20 nm domain spin is 8.3 x 106 A/m. A significant change in the total field occurs when the domain spin reverses 3 times in the first domain spin (n1), the third domain spin (n3) and the fifth domain spin (n5). The total field value when t=0.42 ns ( first domain spin reversal) is 73.69376 A/m, then the total field at t=0.42 ns (third domain spin reversal) is 3443.197 A/m and the current total field t=0.42 ns (fifth domain spin reversal) of 5480.696 A/m.