Holographic heat engines coupled with logarithmic U(1) gauge theory

  title={Holographic heat engines coupled with logarithmic U(1) gauge theory},
  author={Soodeh Zarepour},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics D},
  • S. Zarepour
  • Published 13 October 2021
  • Physics
  • International Journal of Modern Physics D
In this paper, we study a new class of holographic heat engines via charged AdS black hole solutions of Einstein gravity coupled with logarithmic nonlinear [Formula: see text] gauge theory. So, logarithmic [Formula: see text] AdS black holes with a horizon of positive, zero and negative constant curvatures are considered as a working substance of a holographic heat engine and the corrections to the usual Maxwell field are controlled by nonlinearity parameter [Formula: see text]. The efficiency… 
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