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Demon driven by geometrical phase

@inproceedings{Yoshii2022DemonDB,
  title={Demon driven by geometrical phase},
  author={Ryoske Yoshii and Hisao Hayakawa},
  year={2022}
}
We theoretically study an entropy production and a work extracted from a system connected to two reservoirs by periodic modulations of chemical potentials of the reservoirs and one parameter in the system Hamiltonian under an isothermal condition. We find that the modulation of parameters can drive a geometrical state, which is away from a nonequilibrium steady state. With the aid of this property, we construct a demon in which the relative entropy increases with time and we can extract the work… 

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