[gmx-users] Black whole simluations
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Mon Mar 17 06:16:15 CET 2008
This is not really related to your question but I don't think gromacs can deal with such black hole simulations as the simulations implemented in gromacs are of classical mechanics.
There is a group working on black hole modeling. They've also developed a problem environment called Cactus with many available toolkits to solve Einstein's Equations for General Relativity and thus model black holes, neutrons stars and boson star. If you're interested, please refer to this website for more information:
From: gmx-users-bounces at gromacs.org on behalf of Kpiwara De X-nelo
Sent: Mon 3/17/2008 11:00 AM
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Subject: Re: [gmx-users] Black whole simluations
If you have this dream, go for it.
I'm pretty sure nobody did a gromacs simulation with Black holes yet and that really looks like a breakthrough in science as we know it
Wish you the best of all luck ever
On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 11:57 AM, roger han <ben_tan at livemail.tw> wrote:
Dear mister gromacs
My professor interested in black wholes. How can I put a particle in a box and set mass to infinity? Which solvent is best choice and could there be problems with pressure? I'm also not sure about periodic boundaries. Could two black wholes see each other if box too small?
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