gbsw (c44b1)
Generalized Born with a simple SWitching (GBSW)

(Electrostatic + Nonpolar) Solvation Energy and Forces Module
Questions and comments regarding GBSW should be directed to

Wonpil Im (wonpil@ku.edu)
Charles L. Brooks, III (brookscl@umich.edu)
References for GBSW;

1. W. Im, M.S. Lee, and C.L. Brooks III
"Generalized Born Model with a Simple Smoothing Function."
J. Comput. Chem. 24:16911702 (2003).
2. W. Im, M. Feig, and C.L. Brooks III
"An Implicit Membrane Generalized Born Theory for the Study of
Structure, Stability, and Interactions of Membrane Proteins."
Biophys. J. 85:29002918 (2003).
3. W. Im, J. Chen, and C.L. Brooks III
"Application of a rotationally invariant procedure to
a Generalized Born Model"
in preparation (2005).
* Description  Description of GBSW and related commands
* Syntax  Syntax of the GBSW Commands
* Function  Purpose of each of the commands
* Examples  Usage examples of the GBSW module

(Electrostatic + Nonpolar) Solvation Energy and Forces Module
Questions and comments regarding GBSW should be directed to

Wonpil Im (wonpil@ku.edu)
Charles L. Brooks, III (brookscl@umich.edu)
References for GBSW;

1. W. Im, M.S. Lee, and C.L. Brooks III
"Generalized Born Model with a Simple Smoothing Function."
J. Comput. Chem. 24:16911702 (2003).
2. W. Im, M. Feig, and C.L. Brooks III
"An Implicit Membrane Generalized Born Theory for the Study of
Structure, Stability, and Interactions of Membrane Proteins."
Biophys. J. 85:29002918 (2003).
3. W. Im, J. Chen, and C.L. Brooks III
"Application of a rotationally invariant procedure to
a Generalized Born Model"
in preparation (2005).
* Description  Description of GBSW and related commands
* Syntax  Syntax of the GBSW Commands
* Function  Purpose of each of the commands
* Examples  Usage examples of the GBSW module
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The GBSW module provides the (electrostatic + nonpolar) solvation
energy and forces. A Generalized Born method is used for the
electrostatic part and the solventexposed surface ares for the
nonpolar part with a phenomenological surface tension coefficient.
Based on volume integration schemes used in the GBMV module [M.S. Lee,
F.R. Salabury, Jr., and C.L. Brooks III, J. Chem. Phys., 116, 10606
(2002)], we have recast the calculation of the selfelectrostatic
solvation energy to utilize a simple smoothing function at the
dielectric boundary. The GBSW model is formulated in this manner to
provide consistency with the PoissonBoltzmann (PB) theory previously
developed to yield numericallystable electrostatic solvation forces
based on finitedifference methods [W. Im, D. Beglov, and B. Roux,
Comp. Phys. Comm., 111, 59 (1998)]. However, it is also possible to
mimic the PB results with the molecular surface by reparametrizing two
adjustable parameters, a_0 to modulate the Coulomb field term and a_1
to include a correction term beyond Coulomb field.
The GBSW module takes the influence of biological membranes into
account. Consistent with continuum PoissonBoltzmann (PB)
electrostatics, the membrane is approximated as an
solventinaccessible infinite planar lowdielectric slab. The membrane
GB model closely reproduces the PB electrostatic solvation energy
profile across the membrane.
The GBSW module works with the IMAGE facility. The GBSW calculations
are about 4 times slower than the corresponding vacuum
calculations. Using the simple smoothing function makes the present GB
model roughly 23 times faster than the GBMV module.
The backbone phi/psi crossterm (CMAP) and the atomic input radii were
recently reoptimized specifically for GBSW implicit solvent, to balance the
solvation and intramolecular interactions and to reproduce experimental
conformational equilibria of a range of peptides. See Examples for detailed
description of the optimal settings (Ref: Chen, Im and Brooks, JACS, 2006).
The GBSW module provides the (electrostatic + nonpolar) solvation
energy and forces. A Generalized Born method is used for the
electrostatic part and the solventexposed surface ares for the
nonpolar part with a phenomenological surface tension coefficient.
Based on volume integration schemes used in the GBMV module [M.S. Lee,
F.R. Salabury, Jr., and C.L. Brooks III, J. Chem. Phys., 116, 10606
(2002)], we have recast the calculation of the selfelectrostatic
solvation energy to utilize a simple smoothing function at the
dielectric boundary. The GBSW model is formulated in this manner to
provide consistency with the PoissonBoltzmann (PB) theory previously
developed to yield numericallystable electrostatic solvation forces
based on finitedifference methods [W. Im, D. Beglov, and B. Roux,
Comp. Phys. Comm., 111, 59 (1998)]. However, it is also possible to
mimic the PB results with the molecular surface by reparametrizing two
adjustable parameters, a_0 to modulate the Coulomb field term and a_1
to include a correction term beyond Coulomb field.
The GBSW module takes the influence of biological membranes into
account. Consistent with continuum PoissonBoltzmann (PB)
electrostatics, the membrane is approximated as an
solventinaccessible infinite planar lowdielectric slab. The membrane
GB model closely reproduces the PB electrostatic solvation energy
profile across the membrane.
The GBSW module works with the IMAGE facility. The GBSW calculations
are about 4 times slower than the corresponding vacuum
calculations. Using the simple smoothing function makes the present GB
model roughly 23 times faster than the GBMV module.
The backbone phi/psi crossterm (CMAP) and the atomic input radii were
recently reoptimized specifically for GBSW implicit solvent, to balance the
solvation and intramolecular interactions and to reproduce experimental
conformational equilibria of a range of peptides. See Examples for detailed
description of the optimal settings (Ref: Chen, Im and Brooks, JACS, 2006).
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[SYNTAX: GBSW commands]
GBSW [HYBRID] [SW real] [AA0 real] [AA1 real] [MOLSURF] [GBENER] [ROTINV] 
[NANG integer] [NRAD integer] [RMAX real] [DGP real] [RBUFFER real] 
[EPSP real] [EPSW real] [CONC real] [TEMP real] [SGAMMA real] 
[TMEMB real] [MSW real] 
[IGBFRQ integer] [SELE atomselection END]
GBSW RESET ! reset GBSW

HYBRID [FALSE] : Keyword to invoke hybridsolvent CPHMD. Allows GB radii
to be calculated be considering only a subset of the entire
system. ie. Ignoring solvent atoms
Used in conjuction with atomselection
SW [0.3] : half of smoothing length in Ang.
(default value is changed to 0.2 when MOLSURF is issued.)
AA0 [aa0(sw)]: coefficient for the Coulomb Field Approximation term
AA1 [aa1(sw)]: coefficient for the correction term
(optimized default values for aa0(sw) and aa1(sw)
are given below)
MOLSURF [FALSE] : approximation to PB with molecular surface
GBENER [FALSE] : calculate and print the solvation energy
(No cutoff is used for GB electrostatic solvation energy.)
ROTINV [FALSE] : rotationally invariant numerical quadrature procedure
NANG [38] : number of angular integration points
NRAD [0] : number of radial integration points
(default value means the use of optimized 24 radial
integration points)
RMAX [20.0] : maximum distance for radial integration in Ang.
DGP [1.5] : grid spacing for lookup table in Ang.
RBUFFER [0.0] : buffer length for lookup table in Ang.
EPSP [1.0] : dielectric constant of both protein and reference state
EPSW [80.0] : solvent dielectric constant
CONC [0.0] : salt concentration in M
TEMP [300.0] : temperature in K (only necessary with CONC/GOUY/VOLT)
SGAMMA [0.0] : nonpolar surface tension coefficients in kcal/(molxA^2)
TMEMB [0.0] : thickness of lowdielectric membrane slab centered
at Z=0 (in Ang.)
MSW [sw] : half of membrane switching length in Ang.
IGBFRQ [1] : updating frequency of effective Born radii
GOUY [FALSE] : turn on GouyChapman charged menbrane surface model
ANFR [0.3] : molar fraction of anionic lipids
AREA [70] : area per lipid headgroup (in A^2)
OFFSET [3] : distance from the planar interface that the negative
charges are offset
VALENCE [1] : charge valency of the salt in the aqueous phase (with
concentration given by CONC as described above
 CONC is required for GOUY to be in effect)
VOLTAGE [0] : transmembrane voltage (in volts)
SELE : Use the SELE keyword to manually specify atoms which will be
considered in the calculation of Born radii for use with CPHMD

[SYNTAX: GBSW commands]
GBSW [HYBRID] [SW real] [AA0 real] [AA1 real] [MOLSURF] [GBENER] [ROTINV] 
[NANG integer] [NRAD integer] [RMAX real] [DGP real] [RBUFFER real] 
[EPSP real] [EPSW real] [CONC real] [TEMP real] [SGAMMA real] 
[TMEMB real] [MSW real] 
[IGBFRQ integer] [SELE atomselection END]
GBSW RESET ! reset GBSW

HYBRID [FALSE] : Keyword to invoke hybridsolvent CPHMD. Allows GB radii
to be calculated be considering only a subset of the entire
system. ie. Ignoring solvent atoms
Used in conjuction with atomselection
SW [0.3] : half of smoothing length in Ang.
(default value is changed to 0.2 when MOLSURF is issued.)
AA0 [aa0(sw)]: coefficient for the Coulomb Field Approximation term
AA1 [aa1(sw)]: coefficient for the correction term
(optimized default values for aa0(sw) and aa1(sw)
are given below)
MOLSURF [FALSE] : approximation to PB with molecular surface
GBENER [FALSE] : calculate and print the solvation energy
(No cutoff is used for GB electrostatic solvation energy.)
ROTINV [FALSE] : rotationally invariant numerical quadrature procedure
NANG [38] : number of angular integration points
NRAD [0] : number of radial integration points
(default value means the use of optimized 24 radial
integration points)
RMAX [20.0] : maximum distance for radial integration in Ang.
DGP [1.5] : grid spacing for lookup table in Ang.
RBUFFER [0.0] : buffer length for lookup table in Ang.
EPSP [1.0] : dielectric constant of both protein and reference state
EPSW [80.0] : solvent dielectric constant
CONC [0.0] : salt concentration in M
TEMP [300.0] : temperature in K (only necessary with CONC/GOUY/VOLT)
SGAMMA [0.0] : nonpolar surface tension coefficients in kcal/(molxA^2)
TMEMB [0.0] : thickness of lowdielectric membrane slab centered
at Z=0 (in Ang.)
MSW [sw] : half of membrane switching length in Ang.
IGBFRQ [1] : updating frequency of effective Born radii
GOUY [FALSE] : turn on GouyChapman charged menbrane surface model
ANFR [0.3] : molar fraction of anionic lipids
AREA [70] : area per lipid headgroup (in A^2)
OFFSET [3] : distance from the planar interface that the negative
charges are offset
VALENCE [1] : charge valency of the salt in the aqueous phase (with
concentration given by CONC as described above
 CONC is required for GOUY to be in effect)
VOLTAGE [0] : transmembrane voltage (in volts)
SELE : Use the SELE keyword to manually specify atoms which will be
considered in the calculation of Born radii for use with CPHMD

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General discussion regarding the GBSW module
1. Volume Integration
The GBSW module uses the numerical quadrature method for the
volume integration. The integration points and weights for the radial
component are generated by the GaussianLegendre quadrature those for
the angular component by the Lebedev quadrature. The default values
for the integration (NANG, NRAD, and RMAX) should be appropriate
for most cases. However, one can specify NANG, NRAD, and RMAX
independently. Note that NANG should be one of 26, 38, or 50.
A gridbased lookup table is used to increase the efficiency of the
integration. Keywords DGP and RBUFFER are related with the lookup
table. The current default value should be optimal for most case.
However, one can check the efficiency and optimize those by performing
short MD runs.
2. Choice of SW
In prinicple, one can choose any SW. However, it should be noted that
GBSW calculations take more time as SW increases. As default, SW=0.3
is recommended for the smooth boundary and SW=0.2 for the molecular
surface. The optimized coefficients a_0 and a_1 are shown below for
each SW. Those coefficients were obtained by minimizing the error
between GB and PB selfelectrostatic solvation energies.
* default A_0 and A_1 for the smoothed dielectric boundary

SW 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0
A_0 0.0811 0.1481 0.1801 0.1680 0.1542 0.1731 0.2279 0.3064 0.3943 0.4820
A_1 1.6000 1.7292 1.8174 1.8560 1.8864 1.9453 2.0359 2.1472 2.2645 2.3801

* default A_0 and A_1 for the molecular surface

SW 0.1 0.2 0.3
A_0 1.2642 1.2045 1.1177
A_1 0.0593 0.1866 0.3406

3. Physical Parameters
It should be noted that a_0 and a_1 were optimized with EPSP=1.0 and
EPSW=80.0. Therefore, one should be careful when other values for
EPSP and EPSW are used. In other words, the electrostatic solvation
contribution may not be optimal. The influence of salt is taken into
account based on the formalism of [J. Srinivasan, M.W. Trevathan,
P. Beroza, and D.A. Case, Theor. Chem. Acc., 101, 426434 (1999)].
The nonpolar solvation contribution is considered only when nonzero
SGAMMA is issued. Note that the dimension is kcal/(molxA^2), and 0.01
to 0.04 might be suitable for SGAMMA.
4. Lowdielectric slab for membrane
The influence of membrane hydrophobic core as the low dielectric
medium is approximately captured in the GBSW module (see reference 2
for details). Note that the membrane switching function is applied in
the following region;
Z > 0 : Tmemb/2.0  MSW to Tmemb/2.0 + MSW
Z < 0 : Tmemb/2.0 + MSW to Tmemb/2.0  MSW
5. Use of GouyChapman model for charged bilayers and TM voltage
This code was borrowed from the developments of the IMM1 model
by Lazaridis. It is meant to extend the use of the GBSW membrane model to
systems with mixed polar/charged lipids and the addition of particular
TM voltages. Energies from TM voltage and GouyChapman terms added to
GB energies. See » eef1
General discussion regarding the GBSW module
1. Volume Integration
The GBSW module uses the numerical quadrature method for the
volume integration. The integration points and weights for the radial
component are generated by the GaussianLegendre quadrature those for
the angular component by the Lebedev quadrature. The default values
for the integration (NANG, NRAD, and RMAX) should be appropriate
for most cases. However, one can specify NANG, NRAD, and RMAX
independently. Note that NANG should be one of 26, 38, or 50.
A gridbased lookup table is used to increase the efficiency of the
integration. Keywords DGP and RBUFFER are related with the lookup
table. The current default value should be optimal for most case.
However, one can check the efficiency and optimize those by performing
short MD runs.
2. Choice of SW
In prinicple, one can choose any SW. However, it should be noted that
GBSW calculations take more time as SW increases. As default, SW=0.3
is recommended for the smooth boundary and SW=0.2 for the molecular
surface. The optimized coefficients a_0 and a_1 are shown below for
each SW. Those coefficients were obtained by minimizing the error
between GB and PB selfelectrostatic solvation energies.
* default A_0 and A_1 for the smoothed dielectric boundary

SW 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0
A_0 0.0811 0.1481 0.1801 0.1680 0.1542 0.1731 0.2279 0.3064 0.3943 0.4820
A_1 1.6000 1.7292 1.8174 1.8560 1.8864 1.9453 2.0359 2.1472 2.2645 2.3801

* default A_0 and A_1 for the molecular surface

SW 0.1 0.2 0.3
A_0 1.2642 1.2045 1.1177
A_1 0.0593 0.1866 0.3406

3. Physical Parameters
It should be noted that a_0 and a_1 were optimized with EPSP=1.0 and
EPSW=80.0. Therefore, one should be careful when other values for
EPSP and EPSW are used. In other words, the electrostatic solvation
contribution may not be optimal. The influence of salt is taken into
account based on the formalism of [J. Srinivasan, M.W. Trevathan,
P. Beroza, and D.A. Case, Theor. Chem. Acc., 101, 426434 (1999)].
The nonpolar solvation contribution is considered only when nonzero
SGAMMA is issued. Note that the dimension is kcal/(molxA^2), and 0.01
to 0.04 might be suitable for SGAMMA.
4. Lowdielectric slab for membrane
The influence of membrane hydrophobic core as the low dielectric
medium is approximately captured in the GBSW module (see reference 2
for details). Note that the membrane switching function is applied in
the following region;
Z > 0 : Tmemb/2.0  MSW to Tmemb/2.0 + MSW
Z < 0 : Tmemb/2.0 + MSW to Tmemb/2.0  MSW
5. Use of GouyChapman model for charged bilayers and TM voltage
This code was borrowed from the developments of the IMM1 model
by Lazaridis. It is meant to extend the use of the GBSW membrane model to
systems with mixed polar/charged lipids and the addition of particular
TM voltages. Energies from TM voltage and GouyChapman terms added to
GB energies. See » eef1
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Usage Examples
The examples below illustrate some of the uses of the GBSW module.
(See also c30test/gbsw.inp)
There are two requirements for running GBSW;
1. "SWITCH" should be chosen in NBOND specifications.
2. WMAIN should be filled with a proper set of radii. It is
recommended to use the optimized PB radii
(~charmm/test/data/radius.str) for the GBSW module.
*** SPECIAL NOTE ***
1. A selfconsistent GBSW force field is optimal for peptide and protein
simulations (as of 2005). For this, WMAIN should be filled with a new set of
radii ("radius_gbsw.str"). In addition, a special CMAP should be used for
optimal treatment of peptide backbone ("par_all22_prot_gbsw.inp"). Both files
locate in ~charmm/toppar/gbsw/. (see Example 5 for illustration).
2. For optimal performance in folding simulations, the following GBSW
commandline options should be used with the selfconsistent GBSW force field:
GBSW sgamma 0.005 nang 50
Example 1
!To perform a singlepoint energy calculation with infinite cutoffs:
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 GBenergy
Example 2
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with cutoffs
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 GBenergy
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 3
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with images
(image definition)
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 20 ctofnb 20 cutnb 24 cutim 24 ! should be before GBSW
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 GBenergy
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 4
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with membrane
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 tmemb 35.0 msw 2.5
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 5
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with charged membrane and TM
voltage
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 tmemb 35.0 msw 3 
gouy anfr 0.3 conc 0.1 temp 298 area 70 offset 3 voltage .1
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 6
!To setup for using the selfconsistent GBSW force field
! read in the CMAP topology file (standard)
open read card unit 10 name @toppar/top_all22_prot_cmap.inp
read rtf card unit 10
close unit 10
!read in the parameter file that contains GBSW specific CMAP
open read card unit 10 name @topar/par_all22_prot_gbsw.inp
read para card unit 10
close unit 10
...
! read in the new input radii
prnlev 0
stream @toppar/radius_gbsw.str
prnlev 5
! verify that all heavy atoms have nonzero radii
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 goto diehard !some heavy atom have a zero radius
! ativate GBSW energy term
gbsw sgamma 0.005 nang 50
nbond atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
energy
...
(minimization and/or dynamics)
Usage Examples
The examples below illustrate some of the uses of the GBSW module.
(See also c30test/gbsw.inp)
There are two requirements for running GBSW;
1. "SWITCH" should be chosen in NBOND specifications.
2. WMAIN should be filled with a proper set of radii. It is
recommended to use the optimized PB radii
(~charmm/test/data/radius.str) for the GBSW module.
*** SPECIAL NOTE ***
1. A selfconsistent GBSW force field is optimal for peptide and protein
simulations (as of 2005). For this, WMAIN should be filled with a new set of
radii ("radius_gbsw.str"). In addition, a special CMAP should be used for
optimal treatment of peptide backbone ("par_all22_prot_gbsw.inp"). Both files
locate in ~charmm/toppar/gbsw/. (see Example 5 for illustration).
2. For optimal performance in folding simulations, the following GBSW
commandline options should be used with the selfconsistent GBSW force field:
GBSW sgamma 0.005 nang 50
Example 1
!To perform a singlepoint energy calculation with infinite cutoffs:
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 GBenergy
Example 2
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with cutoffs
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 GBenergy
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 3
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with images
(image definition)
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 20 ctofnb 20 cutnb 24 cutim 24 ! should be before GBSW
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 GBenergy
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 4
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with membrane
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 tmemb 35.0 msw 2.5
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 5
!To perform a minimization or dynamics with charged membrane and TM
voltage
prnlev 0
stream radius.str
prnlev 5
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 stop !some heavy atom have a zero radius
GBSW sw 0.3 sgamma 0.03 dgp 1.5 tmemb 35.0 msw 3 
gouy anfr 0.3 conc 0.1 temp 298 area 70 offset 3 voltage .1
NBOND atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
ENERGY
(minimization or dynamics)
Example 6
!To setup for using the selfconsistent GBSW force field
! read in the CMAP topology file (standard)
open read card unit 10 name @toppar/top_all22_prot_cmap.inp
read rtf card unit 10
close unit 10
!read in the parameter file that contains GBSW specific CMAP
open read card unit 10 name @topar/par_all22_prot_gbsw.inp
read para card unit 10
close unit 10
...
! read in the new input radii
prnlev 0
stream @toppar/radius_gbsw.str
prnlev 5
! verify that all heavy atoms have nonzero radii
scalar wmain statistics select .not. type H* end
define check select (.not type H* ) .and. ( prop wmain .eq. 0.0 ) show end
if ?nsel ne 0 goto diehard !some heavy atom have a zero radius
! ativate GBSW energy term
gbsw sgamma 0.005 nang 50
nbond atom switch cdie vdw vswitch 
ctonnb 16 ctofnb 16 cutnb 20
energy
...
(minimization and/or dynamics)