Hi all, One more question about the Unruh effect, i.e., that an accelerating observer will see a vacuum filled with particles in thermal equilibrium (a warm gas) where an inertial observer would see zone. If I have a detector moving with constant acceleration, how would I go about determining the amount of (thermal) energy imparted to the detector over a period time (from the warm gas, in the accelerated frame)? For some temperature T, would the detector continue to heat up until reaching T (assuming the detector was colder than T initially), and then remain at T (in thermal equilibrium). Essentially, if I understand correctly - from an inertial observer's perspective, a portion of the energy powering the acceleration of the detector will go towards heating the detector. I'd like to work out what this quantity (amount of energy) is, over varying amounts of time.