Now I'm just going to see if I can capture near-field enhancement between two plates. I'm going to set up simulations where I vary the distance between the two plates and get the flux between them. I'm just looking for trends here; I don't know how to work out the units yet.

Results:

I implemented SiC plates. One plate has the noisy polarizations. The other doesn't. In 1D there is no enhancement. There is a ~10x enhancement in 2D as can be seen in the figure. 1 unit on the abscissa is 1 micron.

BUT, after careful examination, this result comes from the flux captured from the gaussian pulse that I had put in (The random current function didn't start with exactly zero initial fields). Also, I'm getting some reflections which can be seen from the negative parts of spectrum. Now when thinking about heat transfer, the other side should be 0K and be totally absorbing. The reflections can be explained as follows in heat transfer terms: the other side is gaining energy and re-emitting back to the source.

I'm going to reduce the amplitude of the noise to see if the reflections are reduced relative to the flux of the source.