Thermal conductivity of square ice

@article{Sutcliffe2022ThermalCO,
  title={Thermal conductivity of square ice},
  author={Ruairidh Sutcliffe and Jeffrey G. Rau},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2022}
}
We investigate thermal transport in square ice, a two-dimensional analogue of spin ice, exploring the role played by emergent magnetic monopoles in transporting energy. Using kinetic Monte Carlo simulations based on energy preserving extensions of single-spin-flip dynamics, we explicitly compute the (longitudinal) thermal conductivity, κ, over a broad range of temperatures. We use two methods to determine κ: a measurement of the energy current between thermal baths at the boundaries, and the… 

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