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/*
Copyright (C) 2010,2011,2012 The ESPResSo project
Copyright (C) 2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010
Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research, Theory Group
This file is part of ESPResSo.
ESPResSo is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
ESPResSo is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef _P3M_H
#define _P3M_H
/** \file p3m.h P3M algorithm for long range coulomb interaction.
*
* We use a P3M (Particle-Particle Particle-Mesh) method based on the
* Ewald summation. Details of the used method can be found in
* Hockney/Eastwood and Deserno/Holm.
*
* Further reading:
* <ul>
* <li> P.P. Ewald,
* <i>Die Berechnung optischer und elektrostatischer Gitterpotentiale</i>,
* Ann. Phys. (64) 253-287, 1921
* <li> R. W. Hockney and J. W. Eastwood,
* <i>Computer Simulation Using Particles</i>,
* IOP, London, 1988
* <li> M. Deserno and C. Holm,
* <i>How to mesh up {E}wald sums. I. + II.</i>,
* J. Chem. Phys. (109) 7678, 1998; (109) 7694, 1998
* <li> M. Deserno, C. Holm and H. J. Limbach,
* <i>How to mesh up {E}wald sums. </i>,
* in Molecular Dynamics on Parallel Computers,
* Ed. R. Esser et al., World Scientific, Singapore, 2000
* <li> M. Deserno,
* <i>Counterion condensation for rigid linear polyelectrolytes</i>,
* PhdThesis, Universit{\"a}t Mainz, 2000
* <li> J.J. Cerda, P3M for dipolar interactions. J. Chem. Phys, 129, xxx ,(2008).
* </ul>
*/
#include "utils.h"
#include "p3m-common.h"
#include "interaction_data.h"
#ifdef P3M
/************************************************
* data types
************************************************/
typedef struct {
p3m_parameter_struct params;
/** local mesh. */
p3m_local_mesh local_mesh;
/** real space mesh (local) for CA/FFT.*/
double *rs_mesh;
/** k space mesh (local) for k space calculation and FFT.*/
double *ks_mesh;
/** number of charged particles (only on master node). */
int sum_qpart;
/** Sum of square of charges (only on master node). */
double sum_q2;
/** square of sum of charges (only on master node). */
double square_sum_q;
/** interpolation of the charge assignment function. */
double *int_caf[7];
/** position shift for calc. of first assignment mesh point. */
double pos_shift;
/** help variable for calculation of aliasing sums */
double *meshift_x;
double *meshift_y;
double *meshift_z;
/** Spatial differential operator in k-space. We use an i*k differentiation. */
double *d_op[3];
/** Force optimised influence function (k-space) */
double *g_force;
/** Energy optimised influence function (k-space) */
double *g_energy;
#ifdef P3M_STORE_CA_FRAC
/** number of charged particles on the node. */
int ca_num;
/** Charge fractions for mesh assignment. */
double *ca_frac;
/** index of first mesh point for charge assignment. */
int *ca_fmp;
#endif
/** number of permutations in k_space */
int ks_pnum;
/** send/recv mesh sizes */
p3m_send_mesh sm;
/** Field to store grid points to send. */
double *send_grid;
/** Field to store grid points to recv */
double *recv_grid;
} p3m_data_struct;
/** P3M parameters. */
extern p3m_data_struct p3m;
/** \name Exported Functions */
/************************************************************/
/*@{*/
void p3m_pre_init(void);
void p3m_set_bjerrum(void);
int p3m_adaptive_tune(char **log);
/** Initialize all structures, parameters and arrays needed for the
* P3M algorithm for charge-charge interactions.
*/
void p3m_init(void);
/** Updates \ref p3m_parameter_struct::alpha and
\ref p3m_parameter_struct::r_cut if \ref box_l changed. */
void p3m_scaleby_box_l();
/** compute the k-space part of forces and energies for the charge-charge interaction **/
double p3m_calc_kspace_forces(int force_flag, int energy_flag);
/** computer the k-space part of the stress tensor **/
void p3m_calc_kspace_stress (double* stress);
/// sanity checks
int p3m_sanity_checks();
/** Calculate number of charged particles, the sum of the squared
charges and the squared sum of the charges. */
void p3m_count_charged_particles();
/** Error Codes for p3m tuning (version 2) :
P3M_TUNE_FAIL: force evaluation failes,
P3M_TUNE_NO_CUTOFF: could not finde a valid realspace cutoff radius,
P3M_TUNE_CAOTOLARGE: Charge asignment order to large for mesh size,
P3M_TUNE_ELCTEST: conflict with ELC gap size.
*/
enum P3M_TUNE_ERROR { P3M_TUNE_FAIL = 1, P3M_TUNE_NOCUTOFF = 2, P3M_TUNE_CAOTOLARGE = 4, P3M_TUNE_ELCTEST = 8, P3M_TUNE_CUTOFF_TOO_LARGE = 16 };
/** Tune P3M parameters to desired accuracy.
Usage:
\verbatim inter coulomb <bjerrum> p3m tune accuracy <value> [r_cut <value> mesh <value> cao <value>] \endverbatim
The parameters are tuned to obtain the desired accuracy in best
time, by running mpi_integrate(0) for several parameter sets.
The function utilizes the analytic expression of the error estimate
for the P3M method in the book of Hockney and Eastwood (Eqn. 8.23) in
order to obtain the rms error in the force for a system of N randomly
distributed particles in a cubic box.
For the real space error the estimate of Kolafa/Perram is used.
Parameter range if not given explicit values: For \ref p3m_parameter_struct::r_cut_iL
the function uses the values (\ref min_local_box_l -\ref #skin) /
(n * \ref box_l), n being an integer (this implies the assumption that \ref
p3m_parameter_struct::r_cut_iL is the largest cutoff in the system!). For \ref
p3m_parameter_struct::mesh the function uses the two values which matches best the
equation: number of mesh point = number of charged particles. For
\ref p3m_parameter_struct::cao the function considers all possible values.
For each setting \ref p3m_parameter_struct::alpha_L is calculated assuming that the
error contributions of real and reciprocal space should be equal.
After checking if the total error fulfils the accuracy goal the
time needed for one force calculation (including verlet list
update) is measured via \ref mpi_integrate (0).
The function returns a log of the performed tuning.
The function is based on routines of the program HE_Q.c written by M. Deserno.
*/
/** assign the physical charges using the tabulated charge assignment function.
If store_ca_frac is true, then the charge fractions are buffered in cur_ca_fmp and
cur_ca_frac. */
void p3m_charge_assign();
/** assign a single charge into the current charge grid. cp_cnt gives the a running index,
which may be smaller than 0, in which case the charge is assumed to be virtual and is not
stored in the ca_frac arrays. */
void p3m_assign_charge(double q,
double real_pos[3],
int cp_cnt);
/** shrink wrap the charge grid */
void p3m_shrink_wrap_charge_grid(int n_charges);
/** Calculate real space contribution of coulomb pair forces.
If NPT is compiled in, it returns the energy, which is needed for NPT. */
MDINLINE double p3m_add_pair_force(double chgfac, double *d,double dist2,double dist,double force[3])
{
int j;
double fac1,fac2, adist, erfc_part_ri;
if(dist < p3m.params.r_cut) {
if (dist > 0.0){ //Vincent
adist = p3m.params.alpha * dist;
#if USE_ERFC_APPROXIMATION
erfc_part_ri = AS_erfc_part(adist) / dist;
fac1 = coulomb.prefactor * chgfac * exp(-adist*adist);
fac2 = fac1 * (erfc_part_ri + 2.0*p3m.params.alpha*wupii) / dist2;
#else
erfc_part_ri = erfc(adist) / dist;
fac1 = coulomb.prefactor * chgfac;
fac2 = fac1 * (erfc_part_ri + 2.0*p3m.params.alpha*wupii*exp(-adist*adist)) / dist2;
#endif
for(j=0;j<3;j++)
force[j] += fac2 * d[j];
ESR_TRACE(fprintf(stderr,"%d: RSE: Pair dist=%.3f: force (%.3e,%.3e,%.3e)\n",this_node,
dist,fac2*d[0],fac2*d[1],fac2*d[2]));
#ifdef NPT
return fac1 * erfc_part_ri;
#endif
}
}
return 0.0;
}
void p3m_set_tune_params(double r_cut, int mesh, int cao,
double alpha, double accuracy, int n_interpol);
int p3m_set_params(double r_cut, int *mesh, int cao,
double alpha, double accuracy);
int p3m_set_mesh_offset(double x, double y, double z);
int p3m_set_eps(double eps);
int p3m_set_ninterpol(int n);
/** Calculate real space contribution of coulomb pair energy. */
MDINLINE double p3m_pair_energy(double chgfac, double *d,double dist2,double dist)
{
double adist, erfc_part_ri;
if(dist < p3m.params.r_cut) {
adist = p3m.params.alpha * dist;
#if USE_ERFC_APPROXIMATION
erfc_part_ri = AS_erfc_part(adist) / dist;
return coulomb.prefactor*chgfac*erfc_part_ri*exp(-adist*adist);
#else
erfc_part_ri = erfc(adist) / dist;
return coulomb.prefactor*chgfac*erfc_part_ri;
#endif
}
return 0.0;
}
/** Clean up P3M memory allocations. */
void p3m_free();
#endif /* of ifdef P3M */
#endif /*of ifndef P3M_H */
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