Journal of Radio Electronics. eISSN 1684-1719. 2024. №6

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30898/1684-1719.2024.6.2

SHOCK EXCITATION OF MAGNETOELASTIC SYSTEM

BY PERIODIC SUCCESSION

OF ULTRA-SHORT FIELD PULSES

F.F. Asadullin^{1}, V.S. Vlasov^{1}, D.A. Pleshev^{1},

V.G. Shavrov^{2}, V.I. Shcheglov^{2}

^{1 }Institute of Forest

167982, Russia, Syktyvkar, st. Lenina, 39

^{2 }Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics RAS,

125009, Russia, Moscow, st. Mokhovaya, 11-7

Thepaperwasreceived April 2, 2024.

Abstract.The nonlinear magnetization precession in normal magnetized ferrite film which has magnetic, elastic and magnetoelastic properties is investigated. The excitation field is presented as a vibration on resonance frequency which is modulated by short pulses which frequency is more lower than resonance frequency. It is proposed the formation procedure of periodic succession of ultra-short pulses by the involution to even degree of modulation signal sine. It is found two different cases of excitation: first when modulate pulse duration is larger than initial signal period and second when modulate pulse duration is smaller than initial signal period. In the first case the modulated signal has the form of main frequency vibrations tandem and in the second case the modulated signal has the form of unit sign-variation pulse. It is investigated the time development of magnetic and elastic vibrations whish are firmed by excitation field. It is shown that in the first case the magnetization vibrations at first hat sharp jump to upward and after this decreases by exponent. In this case the elastic vibrations after the same jump at first increases and then decreases by exponent. The elastic vibrations behaviour is interpret as energy pump from magnetic system to elastic system. In the second case the initial jump both vibrations is absent. It is investigated the degree modulation index influence to excited vibrations. It is shown that by increasing of this index the amplitude of magnetic and elastic vibrations decreases. It is investigated the magnetization excited vibrations character by different degree of magnetoelastic connection. It is introduced the coefficient multiple of magnetoelastic constant which is equal to ratio of considered constant to value of magnetoelastic constant of yttrium iron garnet. It is shown that by increasing of multiple coefficient the magnetization vibrations period is increased. It is found the sharp increasing the period by determined value of multiple coefficient which has a threshold character. It is investigated the excitation of magnetization in large time interval when the multiple coefficient is above the threshold value. It is found the principle difference between two cases when pulse duration is large or smaller as alternating field period. It is shown that in the first case the magnetization vibrations has the character of equilibrium position precession in conditions of orientational transition. In the second case the magnetization vibrations has the form of periodic re-orientational jumps from one equilibrium position to another. It is mentioned some properties of observed phenomena and proposed some recommendations for further investigations.

Keywords:ferromagnetic resonance, nonlinear vibrations, orientational transition.

Financing:The work was carried out within the framework of the state assignment of the V.A. Kotelnikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Correspondingauthor:Shcheglov Vladimir Ignatyevich, vshcheg@cplire.ru

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For citation:Asadullin F.F., Vlasov V.S., Pleshev D.A., Shavrov V.G., Shcheglov V.I. Shock excitation of magnetoelastic system by periodic succession of ultra-short field pulses. // Journal of Radio Electronics. – 2024. – №. 6. https://doi.org/10.30898/1684-1719.2024.6.2 (In Russian)