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Explaining The New CDF II W-Boson Mass Data In The Georgi-Machacek Extension Models

Aug 11, 2022, 3:30 PM
15m
Oral report TeV物理和超出标准模型新物理 Parallel Session IX (1):TeV and BSM Physics

Speaker

Dr Xiaokang Du (Henan Academy of Sciences)

Description

Georgi-Machacek model can hardly account for the new CDF II data on W-boson mass in its original form. As anticipated, unless additional tree level $SU(2)_c$ custodial symmetry breaking effects are non-negligible, the new physics contributions to $\Delta m_W$ is always very small. Our numerical results show that ordinary GM model can contribute to $\Delta m_W$ a maximal amount $0.0012$ GeV, which can not explain the new CDF II data on W boson mass. We propose to introduce small misalignment among the triplet VEVs to increase $\Delta m_W$, which can reach 0.06 GeV for $v_\xi-v_\chi\sim 6$ GeV, marginally explain the new data in $2\sigma$ range. We also propose to extend the GM model with low scale RH neutrino sector, which can adopt the leptogenesis mechanism and act as a large $SU(2)_c$ breaking source because of its correlation with $h_{ij}$. With low scale RH neutrino mass scale of order $10^2\sim 10^4$ TeV, the new physics contributions to $\Delta m_W$ can reach $0.03$ GeV. Combining both small $SU(2)_c$ breaking effects, the small misalignment among the triplet VEVs and large $h_{ij}$ couplings, the $1\sigma$ range of CDF II data on W boson mass can be obtained even for small splitting among the triplet VEVs with $v_\xi-v_\chi\approx 1 $ GeV.

Primary author

Dr Xiaokang Du (Henan Academy of Sciences)

Co-authors

Prof. Fei Wang (Zhengzhou University) Mr Yingkai Zhang (Zhengzhou University) Mr Zhuang Li (Zhengzhou University)

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