Magnetic permeability spectra of composite materials containing spinel ferrites (Ni-Zn or Mn-Zn types) have been studied using a permeability dispersion formula by the numerical analysis. The variation of d.c. permeability and the frequency dispersion parameters due to domain wall and gyromagnetic spin resonances with particle content were evaluated using two mixing rules, Coherent Model Approximation (CMA) and Maxwell-Garnet Approximation (MGA) assuming the isotropic particle shape. The variation of d.c. permeability with particle content for spinel ferrite composite can be predicted by the CMA and MGA using the permeability value of embedded ferrite. The dc susceptibility and resonance frequency of domain wall and spin components estimated by the numerical analysis can also be qualitatively described by the CMA and MGA. The type of frequency dispersion, relaxation or resonance, for domain wall and spin components can be analyzed by the estimated damping factors. © 2013 IEEE.
T. Tsutaoka et al., "Analysis Of The Permeability Spectra Of Spinel Ferrite Composites Using Mixing Rules," IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, pp. 545 - 550, article no. 6670473, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Dec 2013.
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