b - Yukawa unification in SUSY SU(5) with mirage mediation: LHC and dark matter implications

Raza S., Shafi Q., ÜN C. S.

JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, no.5, 2019 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: Issue: 5
  • Publication Date: 2019
  • Doi Number: 10.1007/jhep05(2019)046
  • Journal Indexes: Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Scopus
  • Bursa Uludag University Affiliated: Yes


We consider a class of b - Yukawa unified Supersymmetric (SUSY) SU(5) GUTs, in which the asymptotic gaugino M-1,M-2,M-3 masses are generated through the mirage mediated supersymmetry breaking, which is a combination of the gravity and anomaly mediation. Due to the contributions from the anomaly contribution, M-3 is always lighter than M-1 and M-2, and consequently for the range of asymptotic masses considered, the gluino mass mg at low scale is bounded from above at about 4 TeV. We realize two different regions, in one of which the MSSM -term is less than about 3 TeV. This region yields a stop mass up to 5 TeV, and the stop mass is nearly degenerate with the LSP neutralino for mass around 0.8 to 1.7 TeV. A stau mass can be realized up to about 5 TeV, and the stau mass is approximately degenerate with the LSP neutralino for mass around 2 to 3 TeV. In addition, an A-funnel solution with mA approximate to 2m approximate to 700-900 GeV is realized. These three cases yield LSP dark matter abundance in accordance with observations. A second region, on the other hand, arises for 10. The -term is rather large (20 TeV), and the LSP neutralino is a bino-wino mixture. The gluino mass (approximate to 0.8-1.2 TeV) is nearly degenerate with the LSP neutralino mass and hence, the gluino-neutralino coannihilation processes play a role in reducing the relic abundance of LSP neutralino down to ranges allowed by the current WMAP measurements. The two regions above can be distinguished through the direct detection experiments. The first region with relatively low values yields Higgsino-like DM, whose scattering on the nucleus typically has a large cross-section. We find that such solutions are still allowed by the current results from the LUX experiment, and they will be severely tested by the LUX-Zeplin (LZ) experiment. The second region contains bino-wino DM whose scattering cross-section is relatively low. These solutions are harder to rule out in the foreseeable future.