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Re: [ESPResSo-users] example object-in-fluid.tcl

From: Markus Gusenbauer
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo-users] example object-in-fluid.tcl
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2014 10:39:01 +0100
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Hi Marco,

is it a problem of ESPResSo or VMD? Where exactly does the problem occur? Can you post the output!


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On 30.01.2014 16:26, Marco Dallavalle wrote:
Dear Dr. Gusenbauer,

thank you for your quick reply. The version I'm using should be the latest, 
Espresso 3.2.0.

I was indeed missing a key in the myconfig.h file. Still it's not possible to 
visualize the result. The simEspresso.vsf file that has been generated seems 
incomplete with respect to the standard vtf format ->  After the bonds are 
defined, no coordinates are printed.

Sincerely, Marco Dallavalle.

P.s. I subscribed to the mailing list.
From: Markus Gusenbauer address@hidden
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2014 11:26 AM
To: Marco Dallavalle; address@hidden
Subject: Re: example object-in-fluid.tcl

Hi Marco,

please subscribe to the official mailing list
( Maybe
someone else can use the information or can reply to your question.

Which version of ESPResSo do you use? For object-in-fluid.tcl you need


in myconfig.h.

Best wishes,

On 01/23/2014 05:09 PM, Marco Dallavalle wrote:
Dear Dr. Gusenbauer,

as a new user of the ESPResSo software I got interested in your object-in-fluid 

I started going through the example object-in-fluid.tcl provided in the samples directory. 
Unfortunately some error occurs and the simulation gets stuck at the "add_oif_object" 
instruction. (I did not changed the tcl file, nor the input directory. The last lines it prints is 
"generating global area force bonds".) Could it be, that I'm not using the proper 
features in the myconfig.h file?

Thank you in advance for any help you might be able to provide.

Sincerely, Marco Dallavalle.

PhD student - Università di Bologna

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