kay.gottschalk at physik.uni-muenchen.de
Mon May 22 18:11:19 CEST 2006
They are not interacting. The distance is larger than 40 Å. But
still,if the distance to the mirror image is 41 Å and to the same
protein in the box is 45 Å, the distance to the mirror image will be
plotted... We are indeed pulling on z.
On May 22, 2006, at 6:02 PM, Xavier Periole wrote:
> Kay Gottschalk wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> we are doing a pulling simulation and want to monitor the
>> distance between two atoms during pulling. Using g_dist the
>> distance is calculated between all mirror images of the periodic
>> boundary conditions, and the minimal distance is calculated. In
>> our case, this is uncomfortable, since the distance should be
>> monotonically increasing, but since after approximately half of
>> the simulation one atoms starts to become closer to the mirror
>> image in the next box, it looks as if the distance is decreasing.
>> Is it possible to switch off the pbc condition in g_dist? I
>> didn't find it in the manual or the user list.
> Is it any good to have your two atoms interacting through the
> images ??
> It does not sound too good to me ...
> You can just plot the distance and the size of the box (g_energy
> give the box size) and
> then just substract the corresponding dimension if the box to the
> distance you
> obtained with g_dist. I guess your are pulling on one of the axes !!!
> Xavier Periole - Ph.D.
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