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|Abstract:||We modify and extend a recently proposed four-wave mixing scheme [C. Khandekar and A. Rodriguez, Opt. Express 25(19), 23164 (2017)] for achieving near-field thermal upconversion and energy transfer, to demonstrate efficient thermal refrigeration at low intensities ∼ 109W/m2 over a wide range of gap sizes (from tens to hundreds of nanometers) and operational temperatures (from tens to hundreds of Kelvins). We further exploit the scheme to achieve magnitude and directional tunability of near-field heat exchange between bodies held at different temperatures.|
|Citation:||Khandekar, C, Messina, R, Rodriguez, AW. (2018). Near-field refrigeration and tunable heat exchange through four-wave mixing. AIP Advances, 8 (10.1063/1.5018734|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||AIP Advances|
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