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iRASPA => Visualization => Topic started by: daniele.ongari on October 01, 2019, 12:54:29 PM

Title: Making the grid finer for adsorption surfaces
Post by: daniele.ongari on October 01, 2019, 12:54:29 PM
Dear iRaspa developers,
I wonder if it is possible to increase the number of grid points for the creation of the adsorption surface,
in order to make it smoother when it looks a little fuzzy.

I guess the standard grid has a spacing of ca. 0.1 Angstroms,
and I know that reducing this value would exponentially increase the number of points, potentially giving problems of memory.
However, in certain circumstances this is the only way to get a smoother surface for "diagonal" surfaces.

Thanks for your attention,
Daniele
Title: Re: Making the grid finer for adsorption surfaces
Post by: David Dubbeldam on October 03, 2019, 11:56:24 AM
Currently it is using a grid of 128x128x128. Several opties are considered in future releases:
1) an option for 256x256x256
2) Use tessellation on newer videocards to create smoother surfaces.