The effect of minimal length for quantum heat engine systems is proposed. We use a system of trapped Fermi particles in an infinite potential well. The thermodynamic cycle chosen is the reversible Lenoir cycle. We use both a single particle case and a multiparticle case. The result is that the minimum length increases the efficiency of the engine if the width of the potential well is infinitely small, and the maximum value is obtained when the width of the potential well is close to zero.
- minimal length
- quantum heat engine