[gmx-users] Group vs Verlet pair-lists
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Jul 16 20:43:52 CEST 2014
On 7/16/14, 2:21 PM, leila salimi wrote:
> Dear GROMACS Users,
> I have a question regarding the Neighbor searching, I used group scheme
> when I used 4.5 and now I found that there is verlet in version 4.6. When I
> compare the trajectories, For verlet simulation I found that the atoms of
> water molecules are separated and it caused the long bond in vmd. I mean
> that one hydrogen is located on the right side of the cell and the oxygen
> and another hydrgon are on the left side that the first hydrogen can come
> with periodic image, but these long bond (artifact bonds) are not
> convenient and it is difficult for visualization.
> I did not have this problem with previous method (group). Could you explain
> me what it is happened in Cut-off schemes = verlet?
> And is it possible to have the trajectory with the right bonds (not broken
This is a normal consequence of PBC and is not related to the cutoff scheme.
Fix with trjconv -pbc mol or use VMD tools
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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