[gmx-users] COM removal
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Thu Feb 2 09:45:10 CET 2006
>From: Bob Johnson <robertjo at physics.upenn.edu>
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>Subject: [gmx-users] COM removal
>Date: Wed, 01 Feb 2006 16:25:18 -0500
>Is there a way to remove the COM motion in one particular direction only?
>doing a simulation of a single stranded DNA adsorbing on an infinite carbon
>nanotube. The carbon nanotube is held fixed and is alligned along the
>z-direction. I would like to remove the COM motion of the DNA in the
>z-direction. Can this be done?
The pull code can do that, that would also give you the force
needed to keep the DNA fixed.
See the manual.
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