From: Axel Kohlmeyer (akohlmey_at_cmm.chem.upenn.edu)
Date: Fri Apr 17 2009 - 15:22:04 CDT
On Fri, 2009-04-17 at 21:11 +0400, DimitryASuplatov wrote:
> I`ve been using gromacs previously. It is generaly a default strategy in
> gmx to use dummy constructions for hydrogens or aromatics and heavy
> hydrogens constructions. This enables fast and reliable calculations
> with up to 4fs.
hmm... "constructions" sounds strange. i have not seen
this in the gromacs documentation, either.
are you talking about "constraints"?
> 1/ Is it possible to set dummy constructions in namd? How? I did not
> find anything appropriate in the manual or on the web
yes. check out the rigidBonds keyword.
the atomic mass is set in the .psf file.
> 2/ What are the general strategies to speed up the calculations in namd?
the main, hardware independent method is to use multi-timestepping
via r-RESPA. for details, please see the user's guide. the upcoming
2.7 release will also include hardware specific optimizations
(e.g. SIMD or GPU kernels for non-bonded interactions).
> Thanks, I appreciate your time.
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