3 years ago

Domain-Wall Standard Model in non-compact 5D and LHC phenomenology.

Nobuchika Okada, Digesh Raut, Desmond Villalba

We propose a framework to construct "Domain-Wall Standard Model" in a non compact 5-dimensional space-time, where all the Standard Model (SM) fields are localized in certain domains of the 5th dimension and the SM is realized as a 4-dimensional effective theory without any compactification for the 5th dimension. In this context, we investigate the collider phenomenology of the Kaluza-Klein (KK) modes of the SM gauge bosons and the current constraints from the search for a new gauge boson resonance at the LHC Run-2. The couplings of the SM fermions with the KK-mode gauge bosons depend on the configuration of the SM fermions in the 5-dimensional bulk. This "geometry" of the model can be tested at the future Large Hadron Collider experiment, once a KK-mode of the SM gauge boson is discovered.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1712.09323

DOI: arXiv:1712.09323v4

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