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“School of Physics”

Paper   IPM / P / 12152
   School of Physics
  Title: Issues on Primordial Anisotropies Generated at the End of Inflation
  Author(s):
1 . R. Emami
2 . H. Firouzjahi
  Status: Preprint
  Journal:
  Year: 2011
  Supported by: IPM
  Abstract:
We revisit the idea of generating primordial anisotropies at the end of inflation in models where the surface of end of inflation is controlled by a gauge field. To be specific we consider the charged hybrid inflation model where the waterfall field is charged under a U (1) gauge field so the surface of end of inflation is controlled both by inflation and the gauge field. Using Delta N formalism properly we find that the anisotropies generated at the end of inflation from the gauge field fluctuations are exponentially suppressed on cosmological scales. This is because the gauge field evolves exponentially during inflation while in order to generate appreciable anisotropies at the end of inflation the spectator gauge field has to be frozen and scale invariant. We argue that this is a generic feature, that is, one can not generate observable anisotropies at the end of inflation within an FRW background.

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