Casimir Effect in Horava-Lifshitz-like theories

@article{Ulion2015CasimirEI,
  title={Casimir Effect in Horava-Lifshitz-like theories},
  author={I. J. Morales Ulion and Eugenio R. Bezerra de Mello and Albert Petrov},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper we consider a Lorentz-breaking scalar field theory within the Horava-Lifshtz approach. We investigate the changes that a space-time anisotropy produces in the Casimir effect. A massless real quantum scalar field is considered in two distinct situations: between two parallel plates and inside a rectangular two-dimensional box. In both cases we have adopted specific boundary conditions on the field at the boundary. As we shall see, the energy and the Casimir force strongly depends… 
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