[CP2K:191] Re: metadynamic
teodor... at gmail.com
Sat Jul 14 23:12:47 CEST 2007
Velocity rescaling is a quite well established technique (please
refer to the thousands of paper discussing merits and drawbacks of it)..
if you want the kinetic energy of a set of variable to be equal to a
certain value within a tol (with velocity rescalinf) this is the
correct equation to use:
> IF(ABS(ekin_w-meta_env%ekin_s)> tol_ekin)THEN
With this one :
> should be changed into (the following is my own change, not from CVS)
> IF((-ekin_w+meta_env%ekin_s)> tol_ekin)THEN
the temperature of your collective variable could be much lower than
the one at which you may want to sample the free energy..
No doubt the temperature of the collective variables should be equal
to the temperature at which you want to compute the free energy.
> As I said yesterday, my understanding is that only the high
> velocity should be avoided. If the low velocity is also scaled to
> high velocity, variable will always decreas or increase linearly.
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