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Re: [ESPResSo-devel] New modification of Espresso SourceCode and a Query

From: Axel Arnold
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo-devel] New modification of Espresso SourceCode and a Query!
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2015 12:19:36 +0100

Dear Harmanjit,

for further communication, please register to the espressomd-devel or -users lists and don’t write to the list owners directly.

If you want to contribute, the easiest way is to obtain a account, fork the Espresso master there (the espressomd/espresso repository), and then send us a pull request with your changes.

As far as I am aware, however, some users also use vtk for internal processing, and therefore need to be able to write the legacy format. I would suggest that you simply add writing xml as an option. Just check writepdb in pdb.tcl for a simple example.

Regarding MMM2D and LB, there is no way you can use those together, except by switching to the GPU-LB, which doesn’t require a particular cell system.


On 19.01.2015, at 13:10, Harmanjit Singh <address@hidden> wrote:

Dear developer,
Greetings, I am Harmanjit Singh, and I was using Espressomd for some of my simulations. I got a uncanny problem, while I was using writevtk command for positions of particles the output seemed fine. but somehow Paraview or VisIT could not make any sense of the data. I tried many things, and ended up modifying the original file in scripts/vtk.tcl
I have basically upgraded the vtk files generated from legacy to xml based. I am not much of a coder. but what I have done is working and files are analyze-able in paraview and VisIT. I want this code to be available for others as well. Could you please tell me what to do with the updated code?

Also I have a small query, could you please tell me a way of using both LB Fluid and Electrostatics MMM2D in same integration loop. From what I understand these both require different cellsystem domain decomposition and layered nsquare respetively. Any help in this regards will be deeply appreciated.
Harmanjit Singh

JP Dr. Axel Arnold
ICP, Universität Stuttgart
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70569 Stuttgart, Germany
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