From: David A. Case <>
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2003 14:10:40 -0800

On Sun, Mar 09, 2003, Yuguang Mu wrote:
> When I check how the EWald works in AMBER 6 I just run a trival system,
> a water molecule in a big box, 20*20*20
> using cutof 9 with sander, just a minimization.
> I found the energy ouput , surprised to me that there is even a vwd term.

It doesn't sound like this should be happening; we would need more details
(e.g. actual input files) to figure out what is going on. What is your
value of vdwmeth? If this is turned on, you would get a vdW term, although
it would not be accurate, since it assumes a continuous density.


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