Testing the dark SU(N) Yang-Mills theory confined landscape: From the lattice to gravitational waves

Wei Chih Huang, Manuel Reichert, Francesco Sannino, Zhi Wei Wang*


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We pave the way for future gravitational-wave detection experiments, such as the big bang observer and DECIGO, to constraint dark sectors made of SU(N) Yang-Mills confined theories. We go beyond the state-of-the-art by combining first principle lattice results and effective field theory approaches to infer essential information about the nonperturbative dark deconfinement phase transition driving the generation of gravitational-waves in the early Universe, such as the order, duration and energy budget of the phase transition which are essential in establishing the strength of the resulting gravitational-wave signal.

TidsskriftPhysical Review D
Udgave nummer3
Antal sider17
StatusUdgivet - 1. aug. 2021

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Funding Information:
We are grateful to M. Panero for correspondence on the lattice results from . ZWW thanks Huan Yang for helpful discussions and M. R. acknowledges helpful discussions with M. Hindmarsh, S. Huber, and G. Salinas. This work is partially supported by the Danish National Research Foundation under the Grant No. DNRF:90. W. C. H. was supported by the Independent Research Fund Denmark, Grant No. DFF 6108-00623. M. R. acknowledges support by the Science and Technology Research Council (STFC) under the Consolidated Grant No. ST/T00102X/1. The authors would like to acknowledge that this work was performed using the UCloud computing and storage resources, managed and supported by eScience center at University of Southern Denmark.

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© 2021 authors. Published by the American Physical Society.


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