Simulation of the Casimir-Polder effect for various geometries

Tasci, ES
Erkoç, Şakir
We have investigated the Casimir-Polder effect for various geometries such as concentric spherical shells, a spherical shell within a cubic shell and spherical shell within a pyramidal shell. Simulations have been performed by static calculations. Simulation results agreed with theoretical predictions.


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E. Tasci and Ş. Erkoç, “Simulation of the Casimir-Polder effect for various geometries,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS C, pp. 979–985, 2002, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: