American Institute of Physics
Applied Physics Letters
In a two-dimensional magnetic nanowire, it is possible to engineer collisions between two domain walls put into motion by an externally applied field. We show that the topological defects that define the domain wall can be controlled to allow for both domain wall annihilation and preservation during the collisions as long as the wire remains thin. The preservation process can be used to release pinned domain walls from notches with small applied fields.
Kunz, Andrew, "Field Induced Domain Wall Collisions in Thin Magnetic Nanowires" (2009). Physics Faculty Research and Publications. 127.