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Physical Review E
We show that the presence of a Coriolis force in a rotating linear lattice imposes a non-reciprocal propagation of the phononic heat carriers. Using this effect we propose the concept of Coriolis linear thermal circulator which can control the circulation of a heat current. A simple model of three coupled harmonic masses on a rotating platform allow us to demonstrate giant circulating rectification effects for moderate values of the angular velocities of the platform.doi:10.1103/physreve.91.020101 pmid:25768443 fatcat:zp3anla7ybbfvfpkfhc2uvk4wy