[gmx-users] pressure of NPT simulation after NVT simulation
jalemkul at vt.edu
Mon Aug 4 17:28:27 CEST 2014
On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 9:13 AM, ibrahim khalil <
ibrahim.khalil.chem at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear gromacs users, I am preparing my system for a production run and I am
> doing the NPT equilibration part. I am facing some problems and I have a
> couple of questions regarding this.
> 1. I minimized my system energy to around 3 kJ/mol. Is it sufficiently low?
No way to know without telling us what the system is and what the goal is.
The short answer: probably.
> 2. I did the NVT equilibration part and made my system temperature around
> 300K. but whenever i try to do NPT equilibration, the system blows up. Then
> I skipped my NPT equilibration and did my main simulation. When i checked
> the pressure of the system, I found there was a huge initial pressure of
> about 8000 bar. what can i do about it? Should I look for errors in NVT
> equilibration or my NPT equilibration?
Without a full .mdp file and description of the system, there's no way to
> 3. Should the final pressure of the NVT equilibration match the initial
> pressure of the NPT equilibration?
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