Molecular Dynamics (MD) is a computer simulation method that models the movements and interactions of atoms and molecules over time. It involves solving the classical equations of motion for each particle, and takes into account their mutual interactions, over a short time step, in order to obtain the time evolution of the system. The method uses mathematical algorithms to model the forces between atoms and molecules, and to track their movements based on the laws of classical mechanics. It has been used in the study of physical and chemical processes in a wide range of fields, including materials science, biochemistry, and pharmaceuticals.
|Software Used for Molecular Dynamics Simulations|
|Abalone (molecular mechanics)||Comparison of software for molecular mechanics modeling|
|AMBER||Molecular Modelling Toolkit|
|Amsterdam Density Functional||Ms2 (software)|
|Avizo (software)||Comparison of nucleic acid simulation software|
|Car–Parrinello molecular dynamics||OpenAtom|
|CP2K||Orac (MD program)|
|D. E. Shaw Research||PLUMED|
|GROMACS||SHARC molecular dynamics software|
|List of Folding@home cores||Winmostar|
|Molecular design software|
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