casimir.jpg (342×1284 The dynamical Casimir effect is the production of particles and energy from an accelerated moving mirror. This reaction was predicted by certain numerical solutions to quantum mechanics equations made in the 1970s.

casimir.jpg (342×1284 The dynamical Casimir effect is the production of particles and energy from an accelerated moving mirror. This reaction was predicted by certain numerical solutions to quantum mechanics equations made in the 1970s.

A water wave analogue of the Casimir effect. Two parallel plates are submerged into colored water contained in a sonicator. When the sonicator is turned on, waves are excited imitating vacuum fluctuations; as a result, the plates attract each other.

A water wave analogue of the Casimir effect. Two parallel plates are submerged into colored water contained in a sonicator. When the sonicator is turned on, waves are excited imitating vacuum fluctuations; as a result, the plates attract each other.

Ex nihilo: Dynamical Casimir effect in metamaterial converts vacuum fluctuations into real photons

Ex nihilo: Dynamical Casimir effect in metamaterial converts vacuum fluctuations into real photons

The Casimer Effect - is Zero Point energy just five years away from Mass consumption?

The Casimer Effect - is Zero Point energy just five years away from Mass consumption?

Casimir Effect | van der Waals forces and zero-point energy for dielectric and ...

Casimir Effect | van der Waals forces and zero-point energy for dielectric and ...

Named for a Dutch physicist, the Casimir effect governs interactions of matter with the energy that is present in a vacuum. Success in harnessing this force could someday help researchers develop low-friction ballistics and even levitating objects that defy gravity. For now, the U.S. Defense Department's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has launched a two-year, $10-million project encouraging scientists to work on ways to manipulate this quirk of quantum electrodynamics.

Named for a Dutch physicist, the Casimir effect governs interactions of matter with the energy that is present in a vacuum. Success in harnessing this force could someday help researchers develop low-friction ballistics and even levitating objects that defy gravity. For now, the U.S. Defense Department's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has launched a two-year, $10-million project encouraging scientists to work on ways to manipulate this quirk of quantum electrodynamics.

...  Fischbach counters that designers could harness the Casimir effect by factoring it into the MEMS design model. Description from eetimes.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

... Fischbach counters that designers could harness the Casimir effect by factoring it into the MEMS design model. Description from eetimes.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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