Upper bound on the mass of the type III seesaw triplet in an SU(5) model

@article{Dorner2006UpperBO,
  title={Upper bound on the mass of the type III seesaw triplet in an SU(5) model},
  author={Ilja Dor{\vs}ner and Pavel Fileviez P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2006},
  volume={2007},
  pages={029-029}
}
We investigate correlation between gauge coupling unification, fermion mass spectrum, proton decay, perturbativity and ultraviolet cutoff within an SU(5) grand unified theory with minimal scalar content and an extra adjoint representation of fermions. We find strong correlation between the upper bound on the mass of both the bosonic and fermionic SU(2) triplets and the cutoff. The upper bound on the mass of fermionic triplet responsible for Type III seesaw mechanism is 102.1 GeV for the Planck… 

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