We consider the autonomous piston engine in a coupled cavity scheme in an optomechanical setup. Treating the radiation field as working fluid, we investigate the transduction of virtual photons due to ground state excitations. Rabi-like energy splittings and Casimir effect are shown by avoided crossing in the eigenfunction spectrum. Second order coherence functions are employed to analyze the bunching of the cavity and mechanical mode in optomechanical implementation of Brownian motors. The imbalance in occupation numbers of the working modes is investigated for the power for work extraction. We explore the guidance of the radiation field in work extraction. We study the synchronicity between virtual photon conversion and power in the mechanical mode. Generation and amplification of virtual photon transduction are modulated by mutual interactions between the qubit, piston, and mechanical mode in the absence of external driving fields.
"Autonomous piston engine guided by the transduction of radiation pressure inoptomechanical Brownian motors,"
Turkish Journal of Physics: Vol. 43:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/physics/vol43/iss1/5