1. 06 Nov, 2017 1 commit
    • Gregor Michalicek's avatar
      Use density matrix stored in cdn.hdf file · 075d7301
      Gregor Michalicek authored
      Note: Also in this commit:
      
      1. Changed test values in NiO_ldauXML test since now the broyden files get deleted
         when a new density matrix is generated
      2. The NiO_ldau test should not work any more since linear mixing for the density
         matrix is removed for the old inp file. (It is not specified in the n_mmp_mat
         file any more)
      075d7301
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    • Gregor Michalicek's avatar
      Adapted CuDOSXML test to recent move from the brzone to the brzone2 routine · c833de14
      Gregor Michalicek authored
      In brzone2 the IBZ is constructed with a different algorithm in comparison
      to brzone. The outcome is that the corners and faces of the IBZ are provided
      in a differnt order. Note that there is no clear order for these lists
      predefined. The k-point mesh generated by kpttet slighly relies on the order
      of the faces and corners. So the usage of brzone2 lead to the generation of
      a slighly different but also correct k-point mesh.
      
      The energy mesh in the DOS.1 file depends on the k-point mesh. Thus the
      energy grepped for in the CuDOSXML test had to be adapted to the new mesh.
      c833de14
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    • Gregor Michalicek's avatar
      Added Bi2Te3XML test. Works. · 287a2f4f
      Gregor Michalicek authored
      Note that the XML version of this test produces other
      results in comparison to the conventional test. This
      is due to a different number of eigenvalues that are
      calculated by default and that enter the second variation
      for the SOC contributions. For the XML code there is a
      minimum number of these eigenvalues that is larger than
      the number calculated by default with the conventional
      FLEUR. This reason for the differences has been verified.
      
      Note also that the XML version of this test seems to need
      considerably less runtime. The reason for this is unknown.
      287a2f4f
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