[gmx-users] total time for MDsimulation
mgoette at mpi-bpc.mpg.de
Wed Feb 23 16:36:46 CET 2005
I am surely no expert at assuming the optimal time length of a MDrun,
but what I can say is, that
1. The position restrained run is for equilibrium of the water (or
better solvent molecules incl. ions) and in that case not able to be
included into the whole time scale evaluation
2. 1 ns (and it depends a bit on the system and your goals, I guess) is
the time one should use as minimum runtime.
Maik Goette, Dipl. Biol.
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shailza singh wrote:
> Dear users,
> i want to know that what is the total time taken for
> simulation of a protein if a protein is run with
> position restrained dynamics with 0.5 ns and without
> position restrained for 1.0 ns?
> Is the total time accounted will be 1.0 ns only taking
> into account the full MD run or 1.5 ns taking into
> account both short and full MD run?
> Also, I would like to clear about my doubt for full MD
> run?Should it be run for a longer period of time than
> short MD run or we can set the same number of steps as
> that of position restrained dynamics..only barring
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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