Predictive SUSY SO(10) X Delta (48) X U(1) Model for CP Violation, Neutrino Oscillation, Fermion Masses and Mixings with Small tan(beta)
Abstract
CP violation, fermion masses and mixing angles including that of neutrinos are studied in an SUSY SO(10)$\times \Delta (48)\times$ U(1) model with small $\tan \beta$. The family symmetry $\Delta(48)$ associated with a simple scheme of U(1) charge assignment on various fields concerned in superpotential leads to unique Yukawa coupling matrices with zero textures. Thirteen parameters involving masses and mixing angles in the quark and charged lepton sector are successfully predicted by only four parameters. The masses and mixing angles for the neutrino sector can also be predicted without involving new parameters. It is found that the atmospheric neutrino deficit, the mass limit put by hot dark matter and the LSND $\bar{\nu}_{\mu} \to \bar{\nu}_{e}$ events can be naturally explained. Solar neutrino puzzle can be solved only by introducing a sterile neutrino. An additional parameter is added to obtain the mass and mixing of the sterile neutrino. The hadronic parameters $B_{K}$ and $f_{B}\sqrt{B}$ are extracted from the observed $K^{0}$$\bar{K}^{0}$ and $B^{0}$$\bar{B}^{0}$ mixings respectively. The direct CP violation ($\epsilon'/\epsilon$) in kaon decays and the three angles $\alpha$, $\beta$ and $\gamma$ of the unitarity triangle in the CKM matrix are also presented. More precise measurements of $\alpha_{s}(M_{Z})$, $V_{cb}$, $V_{ub}/V_{cb}$, $m_{t}$, as well as various CP violation and neutrino oscillation experiments will provide an important test for the present model and guide us to a more fundamental theory.
 Publication:

arXiv eprints
 Pub Date:
 July 1997
 DOI:
 10.48550/arXiv.hepph/9708201
 arXiv:
 arXiv:hepph/9708201
 Bibcode:
 1997hep.ph....8201C
 Keywords:

 High Energy Physics  Phenomenology;
 Astrophysics
 EPrint:
 65 pages, Revtex