[CP2K:4660] nuclear-nuclear repulsion energy

hut... at pci.uzh.ch hut... at pci.uzh.ch
Thu Oct 3 07:40:28 UTC 2013


the nuclear repulsion energy is never explicitely calculated in
Quickstep. The reason for that is that using the GPW method
only the total electrostatic energy (nuclear+electronic) is
calculated. This is needed in periodic calculations to avoid
non-converging sums.
Of course, for non-periodic systems you can easily calculate 
this quantity from the trajectory output.


Juerg Hutter 

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Date: 10/02/2013 04:27PM
Subject: [CP2K:4660] nuclear-nuclear repulsion energy

Dear CP2k developers,

  Is there anyway to print out the nuclear-nuclear (ion-ion) repulsion energy in CP2K DFT (QuickStep) simulation? I could not find the option in the input manual for such print-out, or please kindly let me know which source file in CP2K is in charge of the ion-ion repulsion energy.

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