[Pw_forum] ele phonon coupling at the gamma point
giannozz at democritos.it
Tue Oct 2 19:36:47 CEST 2012
There are several gazillions of papers dealing with electron-phonon
coefficients in graphene. It shouldn't be difficult to find some data
to compare with. As far as I know, option electron_phonon='simple'
should work for a single phonon wave-vector.
On Oct 2, 2012, at 18:42 , Elie M wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am trying to do el-ph calculations only at the Gamma point for
> graphene (as I want to compare it to another system where the
> calculations are only feasible at the Gamma point). However the
> values I am getting for lambda for graphene AT THE GAMMA POINT are :
> degauss lambda
> 0.005 13.442600
> 0.015 2.303600
> 0.020 1.756000
> 0.025 1.436000
> 0.030 1.228800
> 0.035 1.085800
> 0.040 0.983000
> 0.045 0.906400
> 0.050 0.847800
> I am using a 90 x90 x1 grid (in scf) for graphene and the ph file
> has only one point nq1=0 nq2=0, nq3=0 (the Gamma point).
> It is already known that lambda for graphene is ~0.02.
> (1) Do the above results mean that one cannot calculate el-ph
> coefficients unless on a grid of phonons and then are the
> calculations -at the Gamma point ONLY- useless and unexact?
> (2) or does this mean that the results did not converge due to a
> small k-mesh in the scf calculations (90x90x1) and I need to
> increase it to say 400x400x1?
> Any suggestions of any kind would also be ahighly appreciated.
> Thanks for your help
> Elie M
> University of Notts
> NG7 2RD
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