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OOMMF magnetoelastic extension download for Windows

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OOMMF magnetoelastic extension


OOMMF magnetoelastic extension incorporates the magnetoelastic energy to micromagnetic simulations with OOMMF (Object-Oriented Micromagnetic Framework). The extension provides additional Oxs extensible classes, in which you can specify the elastic strain or the displacement along with the magnetoelastic coefficients. Spatially-nonuniform, time-varying strain can be specified either with Tcl scripts or file lists and the effective magnetoelastic field and energy is computed at each simulation step.



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