[gmx-users] Pull code
jalemkul at vt.edu
Thu Apr 23 13:43:45 CEST 2015
On 4/22/15 8:51 PM, Alex wrote:
> Okay, that clarifies it. I wasn't sure, because of your earlier comment,
> despite the fact that I was using referenced pull. Indeed, in my case, part
> of the system is essentially solid-state, its COM fixed in space, while
> other stuff is being moved relative to it.
> I was also curious how (in more detail than what the manual says) the
> periodic pull worked. I think I would greatly benefit from the ability to
> translocate, say, a strand of DNA infinitely across a periodic boundary. As
> is, that would never work, because the group's COM would be nearly static,
> eventually resulting in huge forces applied to the pulled group. So, if the
> periodic option is used, will it be possible to continuously translocate a
> linear chain with a length comparable to the corresponding box dimension,
> while the rest of the system is non-translating?
No idea, never tried it.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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