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dc.contributor.authorHänggi, P.-
dc.contributor.authorŁuczka, Jerzy-
dc.contributor.authorSpiechowicz, Jakub-
dc.identifier.citationActa Physica Polonica B, Vol. 51, No 5 (2020), s. 1131-1146pl_PL
dc.description.abstractWe consider a generic system operating under non-equilibrium conditions. Explicitly, we consider an inertial classical Brownian particle dwelling a periodic structure with a spatially broken reflection symmetry. The particle is coupled to a bath at the temperature T and is driven by an unbiased time-periodic force. In the asymptotic long-time regime, the particle operates as a Brownian motor exhibiting finite directed transport although no net biasing force acts on the system. Here, we review and interpret in further detail our own recent research on the peculiar transport behaviour for this set-up. The main focus is put on those different emerging Brownian diffusion anomalies. Particularly, within the transient, time-dependent domain, the particle is able to exhibit anomalous diffusive motion which eventually crosses over into normal diffusion only in the asymptotic long-time limit. In the latter limit, this normal diffusion coefficient may even show a non-monotonic temperature dependence, meaning that it is not monotonically increasing with increasing temperature, but may exhibit instead an extended, intermediate minimum before growing again with increasing temperature.pl_PL
dc.rightsUznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska*
dc.subjecttransport phenomenapl_PL
dc.titleMany faces of non-equilibrium: anomalous transport phenomena in driven periodic systemspl_PL
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