Dallas.Warren at monash.edu
Wed Feb 22 01:56:38 CET 2012
What does it look like when you visualise the coordinate file? That is how you can answer that question, as we certainly can't.
And as you will soon find out, you cannot have a single interface in a simulation box, you have to have two.
Dr. Dallas Warren
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From: gmx-users-bounces at gromacs.org [mailto:gmx-users-bounces at gromacs.org] On Behalf Of mohammad agha
Sent: Wednesday, 22 February 2012 3:12 AM
To: Discussion list for GROMACS users
Subject: [gmx-users] interface
Dear Gromacs Specialists,
I made a box consists of water with box lengths: 6nm * 6nm * 6nm , then I equilibrated it with NPT ensemble, box size increased to 6.66176, then I kept the x- and y-dimensions fixed, and double the system size in z as following:
editconf -f pr1.gro -o newbox1.gro -box 6.66176 6.66176 13.32352 -center 3.33088 3.33088 3.33088
Next that, I placed one surfactant in center of water phase as following:
editconf -f surfactant.gro -o newbox-cta.gro -box 6.66176 6.66176 13.32352 -center 3.33088 3.33088 1.66544
genbox -cp newbox-cta.gro -cs newbox1.gro -o newbox2.gro
and I added one ion to my system, then ran md.mdp for production simulation.
Do I have one air/water interface in my system?
Please help me.
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