[gmx-users] constraints and restraints
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Wed Feb 8 12:16:06 CET 2006
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> Subject: [gmx-users] constraints and restraints
> Hi everybody,
> I have some basic questions about constraining and restraining procedures.
> Constraints are conditions that the system is forced to satisfy and
> restraints are penalties set to encourage a particular value, is that
> 1) can I apply constraints without restraints (or restraints without
> constraints)? which advantages do I have if I apply both simultaneously
> (as it is in the Gromacs tutorial)?
Yes. You can apply do so but it largely depend what you want to do...
> 2) if I have a protein in water, is it possible to constrain only a
> part of the system (only protein, only bb)? as far as I know the mdp
> option *constraints= all-bonds* will constrained indeed all bonds,
> even those of water if I am using a flexible model, isn't it?
> 3) if I apply constraints and I am using rigid water molecules, the
> SETTLE algorithm will apply only to water molecules and LINCS/SHAKE
> algorithms will apply to rest of the system, is that correct?
For water model which has section [ constraints ], there will be constraints
applied to them; with [ settle ], SETTLE will be applied.
> Thanks in advance for comments and explanations.
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