: We investigate the influence of long-range (LR) interactions on the phase ordering dynamics of the one-dimensional random-field Ising model (RFIM). Unlike the usual RFIM, a spin interacts with all other spins through a ferromagnetic coupling that decays as r^{-(1+σ)}, where r is the distance between two spins. In the absence of LR interactions, the size of coarsening domains R(t) exhibits a crossover from pure system behavior R(t)∼t^{1/2} to an asymptotic regime characterized by logarithmic growth: R(t)∼(lnt)^{2}. The LR interactions affect the preasymptotic regime, which now exhibits ballistic growth R(t)∼t, followed by σ-dependent growth R(t)∼t^{1/(1+σ)}. Additionally, the LR interactions also affect the asymptotic logarithmic growth, which becomes R(t)∼(lnt)^{α(σ)} with α(σ)<2. Thus, LR interactions lead to faster growth than for the nearest-neighbor system at short times. Unexpectedly, this driving force causes a slowing down of the dynamics (α<2) in the asymptotic logarithmic regime. This is explained in terms of a nontrivial competition between the pinning force caused by the random field and the driving force introduced by LR interactions. We also study the spatial correlation function and the autocorrelation function of the magnetization field. The former exhibits superuniversality for all σ, i.e., a scaling function that is independent of the disorder strength. The same holds for the autocorrelation function when σ<1, whereas a signature of the violation of superuniversality is seen for σ>1.

Phase ordering dynamics of the random-field long-range Ising model in one dimension

Federico Corberi;Eugenio Lippiello;
2023-01-01

Abstract

: We investigate the influence of long-range (LR) interactions on the phase ordering dynamics of the one-dimensional random-field Ising model (RFIM). Unlike the usual RFIM, a spin interacts with all other spins through a ferromagnetic coupling that decays as r^{-(1+σ)}, where r is the distance between two spins. In the absence of LR interactions, the size of coarsening domains R(t) exhibits a crossover from pure system behavior R(t)∼t^{1/2} to an asymptotic regime characterized by logarithmic growth: R(t)∼(lnt)^{2}. The LR interactions affect the preasymptotic regime, which now exhibits ballistic growth R(t)∼t, followed by σ-dependent growth R(t)∼t^{1/(1+σ)}. Additionally, the LR interactions also affect the asymptotic logarithmic growth, which becomes R(t)∼(lnt)^{α(σ)} with α(σ)<2. Thus, LR interactions lead to faster growth than for the nearest-neighbor system at short times. Unexpectedly, this driving force causes a slowing down of the dynamics (α<2) in the asymptotic logarithmic regime. This is explained in terms of a nontrivial competition between the pinning force caused by the random field and the driving force introduced by LR interactions. We also study the spatial correlation function and the autocorrelation function of the magnetization field. The former exhibits superuniversality for all σ, i.e., a scaling function that is independent of the disorder strength. The same holds for the autocorrelation function when σ<1, whereas a signature of the violation of superuniversality is seen for σ>1.
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