From: BIN ZHANG (zhngbn_at_gmail.com)
Date: Thu May 21 2009 - 12:40:15 CDT
Hi, Peter :
Thanks for your comment. ;-)
On May 21, 2009, at 4:55 AM, Peter Freddolino wrote:
> Hi Bin,
> please disregard my previous email... I remember now why namdenergy
> allows you to use -nonb for two-selection runs... namd only prints the
> nonbonded forces when using pair interactions, not all forces. So
> probably need to use tclforces with loadforces for what you're after.
> You should try a couple simple test cases to make sure that it gives
> the results that you're after. Sorry for the confusion on my part.
> BIN ZHANG wrote:
>> Dear Peter:
>> Thanks for your response.
>> It seems to me that only the option *-nonb* available while there are
>> two selections in namdEnergy plugin. In this case, would the sum of
>> the forces be outputed in the pairInteraction force column, or only
>> ones coming from nonbonded interactions?
>> On May 20, 2009, at 4:51 AM, Peter Freddolino wrote:
>>> Hi Bin,
>>> BIN ZHANG wrote:
>>>> One way I can imagine to obtain the force is using the option
>>>> *pairInteraction*, and choose the group1 to be a single alpha
>>>> However, this would only give me all the forces coming from the
>>>> nonbonded interactions.
>>> Why? If group1 is the CA atom and group2 is everything else in the
>>> system, you should get what you want.
>>>> The *loadtotalforces* command in the TclForceScript seems to be
>>>> another promising way. But one thing I'm not clear is whether
>>>> tclforce script requires to run real dynamics.
>>> I believe this should work as well, but you might want to verify it
>>> with a simple test case (and pairInteractions should give a simpler
>>> way to get the same thing).
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