Rare B decays in Warped Extra Dimension Model with Custodial Symmetry Cheng Li Theory Division, IHEP Collaborate with Cai-Dian Lϋ
Outline Introduction Effective Hamiltonian and Branching Ratios Results and Analysis Summary and Outlook
Motivation Rare B-decays induced by flavor changing neutral currents provide a valuable search for physics beyond the standard model indirectly. Randall-Sundrum model, as a realistic model of EW symmetry breaking, provide an ambitious proposal to explain hierarchy between the Planck and EW scale, meanwhile one can naturally generate the hierarchies in the fermionmass spectrum and mixing angle.
Introduction to the Model PRL.83,3370(1999) • The metric is: • The hierarchy problem is then solved by noting that generic mass scales M in the 5D theory are scaled down to on the IR brane. • The bulk symmetry is: and the Figure of the Model is
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Effective Hamiltonian Integrating out the particles above scale , we arrive at the effective Hamiltonian
Neutral Current In this model we have to consider three gauge bosons with the corresponding mass eigenstates , and . The main results can be briefly summarized as follows: the EW tree level contributions to observables mediated by the new weak gauge boson .
Branching Ratios • Important formulae for
Results and Analysis Forward Backward Asymmetry:
We have the opposite sign within SM, where the effective Hamiltonian is
The SuppressionInduced by the Custodial Protection We have Taking into account the symmetry breaking effects on the UV brane, the custodial protection mechanism is not exact anymore, but still powerful enough to suppress by two orders of magnitude.
Summary and Outlook New physics contributions to rare K and B decay, especially in transitions, are governed by tree level contributions from boson in the warped extra dimension model with custodial symmetry, which is consistent with CDF data and will be test in LHCb. The rare B decays can be used as a ideal platform for testing physics beyond SM in the LHC era.