From: Jérôme Hénin (jerome.henin_at_uhp-nancy.fr)
Date: Wed Jan 07 2004 - 02:42:33 CST
Are you using multiple timestepping? If yes, you should output energies with a
period that is a multiple of the slowest timestep (normally
fullElectFrequency). Otherwise, you may get incorrect energies.
I don't think this is explained in the NAMD manual, but maybe it should.
> Hi everyone,
> I have had this problem with the new namd version 2.5. Whenever I simulate
> peptide in water- first minimize the system and then start the production
> run- in the production run, the total energy oscillates beween two levels
> very far apart. I can not understand why?? Minimization seems to be
> perfectly fine. There was a suggestion to use separate thermostats for
> peptide and water. if this is the problem then how do you go about doing
> this? thanks,
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