Size, shape and temperature effects on Ferro/Antiferro-electric hysteresis loops from Monte Carlo simulations on 2D Ising model

Abstract : A Monte Carlo (MC) simulation of a 2D microscopic Ising model is performed to study the relation between electric and thermal properties in a 2D lattice which exhibits Ferro-Electric (FE) and Anti-Ferro-Electric (AFE) coupling. The main purpose is to determine how the size and the shape of these crystals affect this relation at different temperatures. The different effects are discussed as a function of the relative strength of two parameters the Ferro and Anti-Ferro interaction constants for different applied cycling external electric field.
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Daniel Chiruta, Christian Chong, Pierre-Richard Dahoo, Yasser Alayli, Mihai Dimian, et al.. Size, shape and temperature effects on Ferro/Antiferro-electric hysteresis loops from Monte Carlo simulations on 2D Ising model. 12th International Conference on Development and Application Systems, May 2014, Suceava, Romania. pp.122-126, ⟨10.1109/DAAS.2014.6842440⟩. ⟨hal-01023328⟩

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