Error: DIPOLE never stored

Michel michel... at gmail.com
Mon May 22 18:04:24 CEST 2017


Dear All,

I want to perform vibrational analysis and I have checked few input files 
out there to find out which keywords are necessary. I have first carried 
out a structural optimization of my periodic system with "CELL_OPT" then 
used the relaxed atomic positions and lattice parameters in the input file 
for vibrational analysis. Unfortunately, I encounter the following error 
message: 

Trying to access result ([DIPOLE]) which was never stored!

Which has already been discussed in this forum a couple of times. The 
solutions that I could found are still not solving my issue, so I guess 
there is something wrong in my input file that I cannot see. It would be 
really helpful if your expert eyes could spot any mistakes in my input file 
(attached). No other files except the input, atom coordinates, potential 
and basis sets files are present in the folder of calculation when the 
calculation starts.

Thank you very much for helping me solving this issue.

Best,
Michel.
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