[gmx-users] fourier spacing
lindahl at stanford.edu
Fri Mar 15 18:06:50 CET 2002
Rui Qiao wrote:
> Dear all:
> In my simulation, the interesting physics happens only in y
> direction, does this means that I can use a coarse fourier spacing in z
> and x diraction and only have fine grid in y direction?
Hm.. Interesting idea ;-)
The conservative answer is probably no; even i your y forces will be
correct the x & z forces might be off and affect your results.
In practice I would probably check it, though :-) Run through a small
simulation and compare the x,y & z forces for different spacings. As far
as I can tall, the only problem that could happen is strange forces (and
thus pressure) in x & z directions, but I won't swear by it :-)
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