# Letter: Trace Anomaly and Backreaction of the Dynamical Casimir Effect

@article{Setare2002LetterTA, title={Letter: Trace Anomaly and Backreaction of the Dynamical Casimir Effect}, author={M. R. Setare}, journal={General Relativity and Gravitation}, year={2002}, volume={35}, pages={2279-2286} }

The Casimir energy for massless scalar field which satisfies periodic boundary conditions in two-dimensional domain wall background is calculated by making use of general properties of renormalized stress-tensor. The line element of domain wall is time dependent, the trace anomaly which is the nonvanishing Tμμ for a conformally invariant field after renormalization, represent the back reaction of the dynamical Casimir effect.

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