Ju n 20 01 Nonstationary Casimir Effect and analytical solutions for quantum fields in cavities with moving boundaries

@inproceedings{Dodonov2001JuN2,
  title={Ju n 20 01 Nonstationary Casimir Effect and analytical solutions for quantum fields in cavities with moving boundaries},
  author={Victor V. Dodonov},
  year={2001}
}
Electrodynamics in vacuum or in media with moving boundaries was the subject of numerous studies in the XXth century. It is sufficient to remember that the famous Einstein’s paper which gave birth to the relativity theory was entitled “Electrodynamics of moving bodies” [1]. The total number of publications in this field is enormous, since it includes, in particular, such important problem as radio-location. In this review we confine ourselves to the problem of cavities with (ideal) reflecting… CONTINUE READING

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