Dynamical percolation transition in the two-dimensional ANNNI model

Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : an Institute of Physics Journal
Anjan Kumar Chandra

Abstract

The dynamical percolation transition of the two-dimensional axial next nearest-neighbor Ising model due to a pulsed magnetic field has been studied by finite size scaling analysis (by Monte Carlo simulation) for various values of frustration parameters, pulse width and temperature (below the corresponding static transition temperature). It has been found that the size of the largest geometrical cluster shows a transition for a critical field amplitude. Although the transition points shift, the critical exponents remain invariant for a wide range of frustration parameters. They are also the same as those obtained for the 2d Ising model. This suggests that although the static phase diagrams of these two models differ significantly in various aspects, the dynamical percolation transitions of these models belong to the same universality class.

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