[gmx-users] topology defaults directive
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Thu Oct 14 10:19:30 CEST 2004
>From: "David L. Bostick" <dbostick at physics.unc.edu>
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>To: <gmx-users at gromacs.org>
>Subject: [gmx-users] topology defaults directive
>Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 17:35:58 -0400 (EDT)
>In ffgmx.itp, the defaults directive confuses me. This file has the
>[ defaults ]
>; nbfunc comb-rule gen-pairs fudgeLJ fudgeQQ
> 1 1 no 1.0 1.0
>This confuses me for 2 reasons:
>1) The manual says that fudgeLJ and fudgeQQ are not
>taken unless gen-pairs is yes. So, since in this case gen-pairs is no, does
>this mean that fudgeLJ=fudgeQQ=1.0 doesn't really do anything?
As I explained in my answer to your previous mail (and contrary to what
the current manual says) fudgeQQ is always used for all pair interactions.
In this case fudgeLJ is not used.
>2) I see that in ffgmxnb.itp [ pairtypes ] are listed for 1-4 LJ
>interactions. So if in a molecule.itp file, I have
>[ moleculetype ]
>; Name nrexcl
>the 1-4 intramolecular LJ interactions will be given by the [ pairtypes ],
>but what about the 1-4 coulomb interactions? With nrexcl = 3 and
>gen-pairs=no, does this mean that the 1-4 coulomb interaction will be
nrexcl only pertains to the normal VdW and Coulomb interactions.
These are excluded up to the third neighbor.
Normally the moleculetype section of the topology will contain
a pairs section which lists all the pair interactions explicitly.
One can use LJ parameters for the pairs which are different from
the normal LJ parameters. The charges for the pairs are the same
as the normal ones, but fudgeQQ can be used to scale the interaction.
If such a pairs section is not present there are no pair interactions.
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