Finite-temperature Casimir effect in Randall–Sundrum models

  title={Finite-temperature Casimir effect in Randall–Sundrum models},
  author={Marianne Rypest{\o}l and Iver Brevik},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
The finite-temperature Casimir effect for a scalar field in the bulk region of two Randall–Sundrum models, RSI and RSII, is studied. We calculate the Casimir energy and the Casimir force for two parallel plates with separation a on the visible brane in the RSI model. High-temperature and low-temperature cases are covered. Attraction versus repulsion of the temperature correction to the force is discussed in the special cases of Dirichlet–Dirichlet, Neumann–Neumann and Dirichlet–Neumann boundary… 

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