Magneto-resistive Heads: Fundamentals and Applications

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Academic Press, 1996 - Magnetic recorders and recording - 133 pages
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The intent of the book is to discuss the physics and engineering of magneto-resistive heads which are playing an extremely important role in the modern technology of hard disk drives. The book is comprehensive and self-contained. Most of the material is presented in a non-mathematical manner to make it more "digestible" for students and practical engineers. Each chapter concludes with a listing of the principle references in order to facilitate the reader's further study. The author is a well-recognised expert in the field and published The Foundations of Magnetic Recording with Academic Press in 1987.
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* Provides important coverage of the physics and engineering of magneto-resistive heads
* Non-mathematical presentation facilitates use by students and practicing engineers
* Concludes each chapter with a listing of references for further study
* Volume is the first in the new Academic Press series in ELECTROMAGNETISM

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