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Fluctuation-electromagnetic interaction under dynamic and thermal nonequilibrium conditions

Kabardino-Balkarian State University, ul. Chernyshevskogo 173, Nalchik, 360004, Russian Federation

This systematic review summarizes theoretical developments related to the relativistic and nonrelativistic fluctuation-electromagnetic interaction of bodies of different temperature moving translationally and (or) rotationally relative to one another. The small particle-plate and small particle—vacuum background configurations are considered as the basic ones. A method is presented for calculating the basic characteristics of this interaction, namely, the conservative-dissipative forces and torques, the heating (cooling) rates, and the intensities of the thermal and nonthermal radiation fluxes that arise under "Cherenkov friction" conditions. Experimental results and possible applications are discussed.

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Keywords: fluctuation-electromagnetic interaction of moving bodies, Casimir friction, quantum friction, thermal and nonthermal radiation under translational-rotational motion of particles in vacuum
PACS: 41.20.−q, 42.50.Wk, 44.40.+a (all)
DOI: 10.3367/UFNe.2016.12.038006
Citation: Dedkov G V, Kyasov A A "Fluctuation-electromagnetic interaction under dynamic and thermal nonequilibrium conditions" Phys. Usp. 60 559–585 (2017)
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Received: 1st, August 2016, revised: 28th, November 2016, 8th, December 2016

Оригинал: Дедков Г В, Кясов А А «Флуктуационно-электромагнитное взаимодействие в условиях динамической и тепловой неравновесности» УФН 187 599–627 (2017); DOI: 10.3367/UFNr.2016.12.038006

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