[gmx-users] Re: gmx-users Digest, Vol 59, Issue 44
Vitaly V. Chaban
vvchaban at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 09:07:52 CET 2009
Yes, I remember our talk about this problem about a year ago.
So what should be the correct notation now?
I just tried
g_velacc_402f -acflen 1001 -nonormalize -n an.ndx
g_velacc_402f -acflen 1001 -nonormalize -n an.ndx -mol
and then g_analyze -integrate -f vac.xvg
but they give me a value close to 0...
>>Please let me know if the g_velacc programme contains any changes
> yes there have been changes in the code of g_velacc, to allow
> calculating the diffusion coefficient of molecules and not just the
> momentum autocorrelation function ( we talked about this already, do
> you remember ? )
>> I try to calculate the diffusion constant with Green-Kubo equation in
>>the way used in 3.3.3:
>>$GMXPATH/g_velacc -acflen 1001 -nonormalize -mol -n an.ndx -o vac1_an.xvg
>>$GMXPATH/g_analyze -f vac1_an.xvg -integrate > ksd1_an.xvg
>>where the index file contains the numbers of the needed molecules (not atoms).
>>If one makes the same call in 4.0.2 it gives an error:
>>Need a topology to determine the molecules
>>If the topology is given one obtains:
>>Program g_velacc_402f, VERSION 4.0.2
>>Source code file: gmx_velacc.c, line: 77
>>The index group does not consist of whole molecules
>>Why "whole molecules"? - The programme asks for the molecules number
> This is a wrong description and has to be changed, because the you have
> to supply an atom index and from the topology file the molecules are
>>g_velacc_402f -acflen 1001 -nonormalize -n an.ndx
>>it works fine but after integration gives an incorrect value of
>>0.00836 (very close to zero) while it has to be about 2.5 (with
> This sounds strange, because only some parts of the code were changed to
> deal with molecules, but the routine calculating the VACF stayed
>>What have been changed since 3.3.3? And what should the correct call
>>be to find the VAC?
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