Re: [AMBER] Implicit solvation method giving the error number of triangulated 3-point waters found: 0

From: Adrian Roitberg <>
Date: Wed, 17 May 2017 15:53:28 -0400

Why do you call this an error ?

Does it say 'error' in the message?

Otherwise it is just an output message.


On 5/17/17 3:51 PM, Ramin Salimi wrote:
> Dear All
> I am running implicit solvation MD but it gives me the error: ''number of triangulated 3-point waters found: 0''. And after it gives this error, it types ''using Carbon SA parm for atom typeIP'' for many lines and it appears that it is continuing the simulation.
> I have read the previous posts on this very error but my question is if this is in implicit solvation, why does it would want to recognize water?
> Is this error important? I mean with this error, as I explained, are the results(output files) valid?
> I appreciate any help
> Ramin
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Dr. Adrian E. Roitberg
University of Florida Research Foundation Professor
Department of Chemistry
University of Florida
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