From: Chris Chipot (chipot_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Tue Aug 10 2010 - 11:06:11 CDT
it all depends whether or not you are considering the perturbation of
intramolecular contributions or not, which NAMD allows you to do by
means of the *decoupling* keyword.
On 8/10/10 10:09 AM, sudipta wrote:
> Hi All,
> I want to calculate the free energy change for a process like
> ALANINE(g)------>DUMMY(g) in vacuum by Free energy perturbation method.
> DUMMY means nothing. So that I have set -1.0 in the beta column for all
> the atoms in my system of the .fep file. Unfortunately I have seen no
> energy difference between two successive lambda values. Can anybody
> please tell, why the energy difference between two lambda values is
> zero, when I run a FEP calculation in vacuum.
> Thanks and regards
Chris Chipot, Ph.D.
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