[gmx-developers] external potential ?
schraven at mpip-mainz.mpg.de
Thu Feb 12 17:07:20 CET 2004
Now the easiest way to implement a wall would be by conserving perdiodic
boundaries, adding 2 layers of frozen atoms and leaving an empty space the
size of the cutoff:
Point is, I really want to have implicit walls, say at z=0 and z=L. One
way to do this would be to remove periodic boundary conditions in the z
direction by removing all interactions between atoms and their minimum
images at the other side of z=0 or L.
I figure the most logical place to do this is at the point where the
neigbour list is made. Now do_force calls a function ns in force.c, which
on its turn calls search_neigbours in ns.c. There I'd expect an algorithm
testing if any charge group or atom falls within a cutoff value and then
add that to the list. However the code there is a bit too cryptic for me,
I can't find anything which resembles something like that. I would be glad
to get any hints on this..
Pim Schravendijk - PhD Student
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
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