[gmx-users] separating bilayer leaflets - POPC vs. DMPC and DPPC
David L. Bostick
dbostick at physics.unc.edu
Sat Sep 10 04:35:04 CEST 2005
Yes, that's what I mean. if you can constrain the area by setting the xy
compressibility to 0, you have effectively what is called an NPnAT
ensemble, where "Pn" is the component of pressure normal to the bilayer
interface. It should give a similar result to NVT, but with the advantage
that density in the z-dimension is allowed to equilibrate as well. Then
once things converge well enough, switch ... just as you said.
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On Fri, 9 Sep 2005, Ramachandra Rao Gullapalli wrote:
> If you can prescribe an area and run the bilayer for some time (1-2 ns) in a
> constant area, constant pressure ensemble, and then switch to semiisotropic
> pressure coupling, this could fix it.
> Dear Dr Bostick,
> I quite don t understand what you mean by a constant area,constant pressure
> ensemble. Do you mean you assign parameters of 0.0 and 4.5e-5 compressibility
> in xy and z respectively under semiisotropic coupling for constant area and
> constant pressure?
> And then you shift to 4.5e-5 and 4.5e-5 compressibility in xy and z respectively
> for a "proper" semiisotropic coupling?
> I was confused regarding this point when you had replied to my earlier question
> last month.
> Thank you for your time
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