In inert double model the dark matter candidate as undecay ( stable) particlee so what is exactlly option in case of undecaying " so we set in calchep in order to make sure that this dark matter S(~X) is stable and it has no more decaying particle "

Asked by faisal muhammad hayat

Here is S . SECOND higgs (~X) i want that it not decay or become stable in my process. so what command i do or what to do in calchep.

Model: IDM
Model changed: False
Gauge: Feynman
Process: p,p->~H3,~H3
Decay: ~H3->~X,Z
Decay: Z->l+,l-
Composite: p=u,U,d,D,s,S,c,C,b,B,G
pdf1: PDT:NNPDF23_lo_as_0130_qed(proton)
pdf2: PDT:NNPDF23_lo_as_0130_qed(proton)
p1: 7000
p2: 7000

#Run parameter: mu2
#Run begin: -200
#Run step size: 50
#Run n steps: 9

Number of events (per run step): 50000
Filename: pp_H3H3_mu333

check it .. i want unday of X . how i stop its decay in calchep and phythis.

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The particle decay properties does not depend on your will!
The particle decay properties are defined by the model.

~X is DM and it is stable.

If you make masses ~X and ~H3 to be the same -- they both will be stable?

The lighest newutral particle with "~" is stable.

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