Double screening

@inproceedings{Gratia2016DoubleS,
  title={Double screening},
  author={P. Gratia and W. Hu and A. Joyce and Raquel H. Ribeiro},
  year={2016}
}
  • P. Gratia, W. Hu, +1 author Raquel H. Ribeiro
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Attempts to modify gravity in the infrared typically require a screening mechanism to ensure consistency with local tests of gravity. These screening mechanisms fit into three broad classes; we investigate theories which are capable of exhibiting more than one type of screening. Specifically, we focus on a simple model which exhibits both Vainshtein and kinetic screening. We point out that due to the two characteristic length scales in the problem, the type of screening that dominates depends… CONTINUE READING
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