Abstract

An effective toy model for an ideal one-dimensional nonstationary cavity is taken to be the starting point to derive a fitting Markovian master equation for the corresponding leaky cavity. In the regime where the generation of photons via the dynamical Casimir effect is bounded, the master equation thus constructed allows us to investigate the effects of decoherence on the average number of Casimir photons and their quantum fluctuations through the second-order correlation function.

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