Re: AMBER: Angle restraint during MD

From: Jiten <jiten.postech.ac.kr>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 14:51:42 +0900

Hello Dr. Carlos,

In page 199 is about the analysis (ptraj). Also I do not want to use ntr (cartitian restraint) because it will forbid the translational and rotational motion of the ion.

Regards,

jiten
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Carlos Simmerling
  To: amber.scripps.edu
  Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 2:47 AM
  Subject: Re: AMBER: Angle restraint during MD


  try reading the section starting at page 199 too, it tells you
  there how to use the iat() values for angle restraints.

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Jiten
    To: amber.scripps.edu
    Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:21 PM
    Subject: Re: AMBER: Angle restraint during MD


    Hello Dr. Carlos,

    What I can see in the amber8 manual (5.20.3 - page 162) about the makeANG_RST is about defining only the tortional restraints. So, it seems to me that for the angle restraint between three atoms (A-B-C) - I should rather define the distance restraint between A and C. Am I right? If not how can what could be the format of contraint and constraint_library ?

    I tried to a perform constant volume (few tortional restraint ) MD from the restart file generated again from contant volume minimization with few tortional restraints. (FOr testing recently installed amber8 in Opteron)

    For minimization

     &cntrl
        imin=1, maxcyc=2000, ncyc=1000, nmropt=1,
        cut=6.0,
        ipol=1,
        ntpr=10, ntb=1,
     &wt type='END' /

    LISTOUT=POUT_dmso_min
    DISANG=RST_Tri_cons

    Upto here no problem . Then for the constant volume MD

    &cntrl
     imin=0, irest=0, ntx=1, tempi=0.0, cut=11.0,
     ntt=1, temp0=300.0, tautp=2.0, nmropt=1,
     ntp=0, nrespa=1, ipol=1,
     ntb=1, ntc=1, ntf=1,
     nstlim=100000, dt=0.001,
     ntwe=200, ntwx=200, ntpr=200,
    &wt type='END' /

    LISTOUT=POUT_dmso_cv
    DISANG=RST_Tri_cons

    --- I find in the output file that

     Here is the input file:

    &cntrl
     imin=0, irest=0, ntx=1, tempi=0.0, cut=11.0,
     ntt=1, temp0=300.0, tautp=2.0, nmropt=1,
     ntp=0, nrespa=1, ipol=1,
     ntb=1, ntc=1, ntf=1,
     nstlim=100000, dt=0.001,
     ntwe=200, ntwx=200, ntpr=200,
    &wt type='END' /

    LISTOUT=POUT_dmso_cv
    DISANG=RST_Tri_cons

     Could not find cntrl namelist

    I check each of the cntrl keys in amber8 manual. Each of them are there as well. I am wondering where could be the error.

    With regards,

    Jiten



      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Carlos Simmerling
      To: amber.scripps.edu
      Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 9:00 PM
      Subject: Re: AMBER: Angle restraint during MD


      ok, I didn't understand the last mail well. you can
      definitely do angle restraints using the NMR restraint
      option. check the manual carefully, and if it is not clear,
      please let us know which part you do not understand.
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: Jiten
        To: amber.scripps.edu
        Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 5:28 AM
        Subject: AMBER: Angle restraint during MD


        Hello all,

        Sorry for the previous mail without subject.

        Sander does no more support the restrainXYZ in the parmtop file. But using the NMR restraint I could do only distance and torsional angle restraint. I wish to put a small ion (having 3 atoms) under angle restraint during MD. I am wondering how can I solve this probelm

        Any suggestions will be highly appreciated.

        Thanks inadvance,

        N. Jiten Singh
        C/O Prof. Kwang S. Kim
        Department of Chemistry
        Pohang University of Science and Technology
        San 31, Hyojadong, Namgu
        Pohang 790-784, Korea
        Phone : 82-54-279-5853 ( Lab ) / 279-4138 ( Appt )
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