[CP2K-user] [CP2K:12012] PIMD with CP2K
tku... at gmail.com
Wed Jul 31 14:16:03 UTC 2019
you can indeed conduct PIMD using the CP2K built-in PINT module, or using the driver mode
via the i-Pi program. The latter more functionality for more sophisticated PIMD simulations,
though the former already permits to conduct all sort of conventional PIMD simulations and has
the advantage of having everything in one package.
The centroid-pos-1.xyz contains not the coordinates of every bead, but only the ones of the centroid,
i.e. the center of mass of the closed ring-polymer. The centroid-vel-1.xyz contains the corresponding
velocities, but be aware that except the when centroid molecular dynamics is used, the dynamics of
the ring-polymer is unphysical, only static ensemble averages are.
> Am 30.07.2019 um 18:39 schrieb Yun An <anyu... at gmail.com>:
> Dear all,
> I want to perform PIMD with cp2k, according to the manual, one can add a PINT session to run path integral simulations; also, can use i-PI mode DRIVER. What is the difference between those two, is that in principle they both can do PIMD? I tried a H2O molecule with run_type of PINT, then I got centroid-pos-1.xyz and centroid-vel.xyz, I thought the centroid-pos-1.xyz is the atom positions of each replica, but what is the meaning of centroid-vel.xyz? Also, I want to see the trajectories, is this directly given in centroid-pos-1.xyz or one need to use some script to transform, because from current centroid-pos-1.xyz , the atoms are not quantum at all.
> Thank you all in advance for any help.
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