Optomechanical cooling with coherent and squeezed light: The thermodynamic cost of opening the heat valve

@article{Monsel2021OptomechanicalCW,
  title={Optomechanical cooling with coherent and squeezed light: The thermodynamic cost of opening the heat valve},
  author={Juliette Monsel and Nastaran Dashti and Sushanth Kini Manjeshwar and Jakob Eriksson and Henric Ernbrink and Ebba Olsson and Emelie Torneus and Witlef Wieczorek and Janine Splettstoesser},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2021}
}
Ground-state cooling of mechanical motion by coupling to a driven optical cavity has been demonstrated in various optomechanical systems. In our work, we provide a so far missing thermodynamic performance analysis of optomechanical sideband cooling in terms of a heat valve. As performance quantifiers we examine not only the lowest reachable effective temperature (phonon number), but also the evacuated-heat flow as an equivalent to the cooling power of a standard refrigerator, as well as… 

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