[gmx-users] How to obtain bond energy of the part of the system ?
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Sun Jan 18 14:50:01 CET 2004
On Sun, 2004-01-18 at 14:16, "?╔exТoi8-r?Q?" wrote:
> Hi Gromacs Community!
> Suppose I have a system of a single hexane molecule in water and I run molecular dynamics for it. How can I obtain, for example, bond energy of this hexane molecule only (not the whole system bond energy) or, say, kinetic energy of this hexane molecule (if I use thermostat for the whole system).
> Yes, we use energygrps tag in our input file but the appropriate edr file when processed with g_energy allows to get only coulomb and vdw interaction between the groups of our system.
> Thanks in advance, Alex.
if you use settle for water, the bond, angle etc. terms are only of your
hexane. Otherwise the bonded energies can not be split among groups.
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