Numerical Gradients CCSD(T)
H. -J. Werner
werner at theochem.uni-stuttgart.de
Tue Nov 11 07:11:57 GMT 2003
You have to use either "active" or "inactive" and to express the
geometry by a z-matrix containing the variable you want
to optimize. Please look at the manual!
On Mon, 10 Nov 2003, Luke Thomas wrote:
>I have a question which I hope somebody will be able to help me with.
>I am trying to implement a numerical forces calculation using CCSD(T) on a
> system with 6 geometric variables.
>I would like to just calculate the gradient in one variable, without
>calculating the gradient in the other 5.
>I have tried setting the step size for the six variables using
>Step, r1=0.01, r2=0.0, r3=0.0 ..... ,
>but I am not sure where to putr this command so that MOLPRO sees it.
>I have tried
>forces, numerical, step ....., startcmd=hf
>but this does not see the step in r2 as zero.
>I have also tried
>forces, numerical, startcmd=hf
>But this does not work either.
>If I manage to set a set step size of zero for one variable, will it just
>ignore the variable and not calcualte the gradient, or will it go through
>the whole gradient calculation without a step size. If so, it there a
>specific way to use the force command to calculate a gradient in a
>University College London
Prof. Hans-Joachim Werner
Institute for Theoretical Chemistry
University of Stuttgart
D-70569 Stuttgart, Germany
Tel.: (0049) 711 / 685 4400
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e-mail: werner at theochem.uni-stuttgart.de
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