FlexibleEFTHiggs ## OverviewBy default, FlexibleSUSY creates a "full model" spectrum generator, where the pole mass spectrum is calculated at the 1- or 2-loop level in the MS-bar/DR-bar scheme in the full model. FlexibleEFTHiggs is a feature of FlexibleSUSY, to perform the 1-loop calculation of the lightest Higgs pole mass of the given model in an effective field theory (EFT), which is the Standard Model. FlexibleEFTHiggs combines the features of full model calculation (the inclusion of all logarithmic and non-logarithmic Higgs mass contributions) with the ones of an EFT (the resummation of leading and sub-leading logarithms to all orders). In FlexibleEFTHiggs, the quartic Higgs coupling of the Standard Model is determined at the SUSY scale by requiring that the lightest CP-even Higgs pole mass in the full model is equarl to the Standard Model Higgs pole mass. FlexibleEFTHiggs is exact at the 1-loop level. In particular, all power-suppressed 1-loop terms of the order , where is the scale of heavy new non-Standard Model particles, are correctly taken into account. In addition, leading and sub-leading logarithms of the scale are resummed to all orders. At the 2-loop level, FlexibleEFTHiggs misses only non-logarithmic contribution. ## FlexibleEFTHiggs spectrum generatorIn order to create a FlexibleEFTHiggs spectrum generator for a given model, SARAH model files and a FlexibleSUSY model file must be provided, just as in the case of a "full model" spectrum generator. In the FlexibleSUSY model file, the `FlexibleEFTHiggs` variable must be set to `True`: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~{.m} FlexibleEFTHiggs = True; ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In FlexibleEFTHiggs, the matching of the full model to the Standard Model is performed at the `SUSYScale` (except, if the value of the matching scale is overwritten by setting the `FlexibleEFTHiggs[19]` to a non-zero value). The low-scale constaint is completely ignored, i.e. the variables `LowScale`, `LowScaleFirstGuess`, `LowScaleInput` and `InitialGuessAtLowScale` have no effect. The model parameters must be set in the SUSY-scale or high-scale constraint. Initial values for the model parameters can be given in the `InitialGuessAtSUSYScale` or `InitialGuessAtHighScale` variables. **Note:**- If `OnlyLowEnergyFlexibleSUSY = True`, then the high-scale constraint is ignored. In this case, only the SUSY-scale constraint is available in FlexibleEFTHiggs.
The Standard Model gauge and Yukawa couplings as well as the SM-like VEV of the full model are calculated automatically using a full 1-loop calculation. Therefore, the gauge couplings and the up- and down-Quark and lepton Yukawa couplings don't need to be specified in any of the constraints. In many models the determination of the running Yukawa couplings requires the knowledge of the running VEVs. These VEVs are sometimes related to the SM-like VEV . For example in the MSSM the relation reads,
Such a matching condition can be set using the `MatchingScaleInput` variable, see Boundary conditions . _Example:_ in the MSSM ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~{.m} MatchingScaleInput = { {vu, VEV Sin[ArcTan[TanBeta]]}, {vd, VEV Cos[ArcTan[TanBeta]]} }; ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The symbol `VEV` is a FlexibleSUSY constant which refers to the running SM-like vacuum expectation value in the full model. See Boundary conditions for the precise definition. ## MSSM example for FlexibleEFTHiggsAn example for the general MSSM can be found in `model_files/MSSMEFTHiggs/FlexibleSUSY.m.in`. Below, we show a simplified FlexibleEFTHiggs/MSSM spectrum generator, which takes only three input parameters: The SUSY scale , the stop mixing parameter , and : ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~{.m} FSModelName = "@CLASSNAME@"; FSEigenstates = SARAH`EWSB; FSDefaultSARAHModel = MSSM; OnlyLowEnergyFlexibleSUSY = True; FlexibleEFTHiggs = True; MINPAR = { {4, Sign[\[Mu]]} }; EXTPAR = { {0, Ms}, (* SUSY scale *) {14, Xtt}, (* Xt / Ms *) {25, TanBeta} }; EWSBOutputParameters = { mHd2, mHu2 }; SUSYScale = Ms; SUSYScaleFirstGuess = Ms; SUSYScaleInput = { {MassB, Ms}, {MassWB, Ms}, {MassG, Ms}, {mq2, UNITMATRIX[3] Ms^2}, {mu2, UNITMATRIX[3] Ms^2}, {md2, UNITMATRIX[3] Ms^2}, {ml2, UNITMATRIX[3] Ms^2}, {me2, UNITMATRIX[3] Ms^2}, {\[Mu], Ms}, {B[\[Mu]], Ms^2/(TanBeta + 1/TanBeta)}, {T[Yu], Ms/TanBeta Yu}, {T[Yd], Ms TanBeta Yd}, {T[Ye], Ms TanBeta Ye}, {T[Yu][3,3], (Ms/TanBeta + Xtt Ms) Yu[3,3]} }; InitialGuessAtSUSYScale = SUSYScaleInput; MatchingScaleInput = { {vu, VEV Sin[ArcTan[TanBeta]]}, {vd, VEV Cos[ArcTan[TanBeta]]} }; UseHiggs2LoopMSSM = True; EffectiveMu = \[Mu]; ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Generated on Wed Oct 11 2017 08:28:55 for FlexibleSUSY by 1.7.6.1 |