This paper interprets and reproduces, by means of full micromagnetic simulations, the pioneering experimental data on magnetization dynamics driven by spin polarized current of the experiment by Kiselev et al. The effect of the spatial dependence of the polarization function together with either nonuniform magnetostatic coupling from the fixed layer and classical Ampere field are shown to play a fundamental role in the magnetization dynamics. A detailed study of the stable magnetization self-oscillations shows that for high field and high current regimes, the dynamics is localized in the sides of the structure, where the energy dissipated by damping and the energy provided by the spin flow compensate exactly.

Micromagnetic investigation of precession dynamics in magnetic nanopillars

FINOCCHIO, Giovanni;AZZERBONI, Bruno;
2007

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This paper interprets and reproduces, by means of full micromagnetic simulations, the pioneering experimental data on magnetization dynamics driven by spin polarized current of the experiment by Kiselev et al. The effect of the spatial dependence of the polarization function together with either nonuniform magnetostatic coupling from the fixed layer and classical Ampere field are shown to play a fundamental role in the magnetization dynamics. A detailed study of the stable magnetization self-oscillations shows that for high field and high current regimes, the dynamics is localized in the sides of the structure, where the energy dissipated by damping and the energy provided by the spin flow compensate exactly.
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