[gmx-users] How to create a spherocylindrical wall
Barnett, James W
jbarnet4 at tulane.edu
Sat Sep 12 04:22:21 CEST 2015
On Fri, 2015-09-11 at 11:57 +0530, Jagannath Mondal wrote:
> I would like to perform a simulation ( without any periodic
> condition) where I need to have a wall of spherocylindrical geometry.
> other words the particles will be confined inside a spherocylinder.
> Is there any good suggestion on how to achieve that in gromacs?
> 1) One option I thought of achieving that is by having a
> wall potential. Is there a way of putting the wall potential in the
> of a table-potential ? (Not sure cylinder option in gromacs umbrella
> sampling not going to be helpful).
This might be do-able and would not require a table potential. Check
out flat-bottom restraints in section 4.3.2 in the reference (PDF)
> 2) Or,should I put a bunch of hard sphere which constitute the
> spherocylindrical boundary so that the particles inside the
> will have a repulsive interaction each time they come towards the
> boundary ?
I'm not sure how you would implement this in a simple way with GROMACS.
James “Wes” Barnett, Ph.D. Candidate
Louisiana Board of Regents Fellow
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
341-B Lindy Boggs Center for Energy and Biotechnology
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