Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale

Filliger R, Reimann P (2007)
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 99(23).

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A Brownian particle moving in the vicinity of a generic potential minimum under the influence of dissipation and thermal noise from two different heat baths is shown to act as a minimal heat engine, generating a systematic torque onto the physical object at the origin of the potential and an opposite torque onto the medium generating the dissipation.
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Filliger R, Reimann P. Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 2007;99(23).
Filliger, R., & Reimann, P. (2007). Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 99(23).
Filliger, R., and Reimann, P. (2007). Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 99.
Filliger, R., & Reimann, P., 2007. Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 99(23).
R. Filliger and P. Reimann, “Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, vol. 99, 2007.
Filliger, R., Reimann, P.: Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 99, (2007).
Filliger, Roger, and Reimann, Peter. “Brownian gyrator: A minimal heat engine on the nanoscale”. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 99.23 (2007).
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