jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Oct 31 13:53:06 CET 2018
On 10/30/18 3:42 PM, Kevin Boyd wrote:
> For membrane systems you typically want to use semi-isotropic pressure
> coupling. If instead you want to simulate *one* lipid (as a ligand) with a
> protein in solution, you should stick to isotropic pressure coupling. I've
> never heard of any anisotropic pressure coupling protocols in equilibrium
> NPT systems like what you describe.
Indeed, anisotropic coupling is best applied to solids/crystals. In the
case of membranes, anisotropic coupling leads to deformation of the box
over long periods of time.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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