In this thesis, we propose to address the Casimir and ZPF effects with an hydrodynamic approach based on an acoustical analogy: the acoustic Casimir force. Here, when two plates are immersed in a fluid insonified by ultrasound radiation, a force arises from the acoustic radiation pressure difference between the inner and outer domain delimitated by the plates.

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