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Stress and field contactless sensor based on the scattering of electromagnetic waves by a single ferromagnetic microwire

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Herrero Gómez, Carlos y Aragón Sánchez, Ana María y Hernando Rydings, Manuel y Marín Palacios, María Pilar (2014) Stress and field contactless sensor based on the scattering of electromagnetic waves by a single ferromagnetic microwire. Applied physics letters, 105 (9). 092405/1-092405/4. ISSN 0003-6951

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In this paper, we report an experimental study on the microwave modulated scattering intensity for a single Fe_2.25Co_72.75Si_10B_15 amorphous metallic microwire. The modulation is driven by applying a bias magnetic field that tunes the magnetic permeability of the ferromagnetic microwire. Furthermore, by using a magnetostrictive microwire, we also demonstrate that the microwave scattering is sensitive to mechanical stresses. In fact, we present a wireless microwave controlled stress sensor, suitable for biological applications, as a possible use of this effect. In addition, a first order theoretical approximation accounts for the observed influence of the magnetic permeability on the scattering coefficients. That model leads to predictions in good agreement with the experimental results.


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© 2014 AIP Publishing LLC. The authors want to acknowledge the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness for it support via the projects TSI-020100-2011-280, Consolider-Ingenio 2010 CSD2007-0010, MAT2009-14741-C02-01, and IPT-2011- 0893-420000. We also want to thank Micromag 2000, S.L., which provided the microwire samples.

Palabras clave:Contactless sensors; Ferromagnetic microwires; Scattering of electromagnetic waves
Materias:Ciencias > Física > Física de materiales
Código ID:29558
Depositado:16 Abr 2015 15:30
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