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- B Cleuren, C Van den Broeck, R Kawai
- Physical review letters
- 2006

We elucidate the connection between various fluctuation theorems by a microcanonical version of the Crooks relation. We derive the microscopically exact expression for the work distribution in an idealized Joule experiment, namely, for a convex object moving at constant speed through an ideal gas. Analytic results are compared with molecular dynamics… (More)

- B Cleuren, B Rutten, C Van den Broeck
- Physical review letters
- 2012

We propose a new mechanism for refrigeration powered by photons. We identify the strong coupling regime for which maximum efficiency is achieved. In this case, the cooling flux is proportional to T in the low temperature limit T→0.

- B Cleuren, C Van den Broeck, R Kawai
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2006

The probability distribution of the entropy production for the effusion of an ideal gas between two compartments is calculated explicitly. The fluctuation theorem is verified. The analytic results are in good agreement with numerical data from hard disk molecular dynamics simulations.

- R Eichhorn, P Reimann, B Cleuren, C Van den Broeck
- Chaos
- 2005

We discuss the fundamental physical differences and the mathematical interconnections of counterintuitive transport and response properties in Brownian motion far from equilibrium. After reviewing the ubiquity of such effects in physical and other systems, we illustrate the general properties on paradigmatic models for both individually and collectively… (More)

- B Cleuren, C Van den Broeck
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2003

An example of Brownian motion with absolute negative mobility is given and analytically studied in a random walk and diffusion model.

- T Becker, K Nelissen, B Cleuren, B Partoens, C Van den Broeck
- Physical review letters
- 2013

We evaluate the self-diffusion and transport diffusion of interacting particles in a discrete geometry consisting of a linear chain of cavities, with interactions within a cavity described by a free-energy function. Exact analytical expressions are obtained in the absence of correlations, showing that the self-diffusion can exceed the transport diffusion if… (More)

- B Cleuren, C Van den Broeck
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2002

We introduce simple non-Markovian modifications to the standard random walk resulting in absolute negative mobility, i.e., the response to an external force is always opposite to the direction of the force.

- B Cleuren, K Willaert, A Engel, C Van den Broeck
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2008

The probability distribution of the entropy production for the effusion of a relativistic ideal gas is calculated explicitly. This result is then extended to include particle and antiparticle pair production and annihilation. In both cases, the fluctuation theorem is verified.

- T Becker, T Willaert, B Cleuren, C Van den Broeck
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2015

Detailed fluctuation theorems are statements about the probability distribution for the stochastic entropy production along a trajectory. It involves the consideration of a suitably transformed dynamics, such as the time reversed, the adjoint, or a combination of these. We identify specific, typically unique, initial conditions, called echo states, for… (More)

- Hans Hooyberghs, Bart Cleuren, Alberto Salazar, Joseph O Indekeu, Christian Van den Broeck
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2013

A cyclically operating chemical engine is considered that converts chemical energy into mechanical work. The working fluid is a gas of finite-sized spherical particles interacting through elastic hard collisions. For a generic transport law for particle uptake and release, the efficiency at maximum power η(mp) [corrected] takes the form 1/2+cΔμ+O(Δμ(2)),… (More)