[Pw_forum] XSpectra hybrid functional
matteo.calandra at impmc.jussieu.fr
Wed Oct 24 14:06:05 CEST 2012
Le 24/10/12 12:00, pw_forum-request at pwscf.org a écrit :
>It is possible indeed, in the sense that the XSPECTRA code does not stop complaining if you perform
>the calculation starting from an electronic density calculated by using hybrid functionals (or
>DFT+U). But the XSPECTRA code has not a calculation kernel including EXX terms, as just pointed out
>by Matteo Calandra. Thus:
Not exactly. In the case of DFT+U, the lanczos is performed, as it must
be, with the
U term included in the hamiltonian. So the Hamiltonian H used in
XSpectra to perform
H|psi> is the same used to generate the charge density.
This is of course what must be done. So everything is consistent with DFT+U.
If you take the charge density calculated with hybrids and calculate the
without hybrid I do not think that the result is very meaningful...
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