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The {{TAG|SYSTEM}} tag is followed by a string which possibly contains blanks. The string is read in and written to the main output file {{TAG|OUTCAR}}.
 
The {{TAG|SYSTEM}} tag is followed by a string which possibly contains blanks. The string is read in and written to the main output file {{TAG|OUTCAR}}.
  
== Example Calculations using this Tag ==
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{{sc|SYSTEM|Examples|Examples that use this tag}}                         
{{TAG|Beta-tin Si}}, {{TAG|Cd Si}}, {{TAG|Cd Si relaxation}}, {{TAG|Cd Si volume relaxation}}, {{TAG|CO}}, {{TAG|CO on Ni 111 surface}}, {{TAG|CO partial DOS}}, {{TAG|CO vibration}}, {{TAG|Collective jumps of a Pt adatom on fcc-Pt (001): Nudged Elastic Band Calculation}}, {{TAG|Constraining local magnetic moments}}, {{TAG|H2O vibration}}, {{TAG|Fcc Ni}}, {{TAG|Fcc Ni (revisited)}}, {{TAG|Fcc Ni DOS}}, {{TAG|Fcc Ni DOS with hybrid functional}}, {{TAG|Fcc Si}}, {{TAG|Fcc Si bandstructure}}, {{TAG|Fcc Si DOS}}, {{TAG|liquid Si}}, {{TAG|Ni 100 surface bandstructure}}, {{TAG|Ni 100 surface DOS}}, {{TAG|Ni 100 surface relaxation}}, {{TAG|Ni 111 surface high precision}}, {{TAG|NiO}}, {{TAG|NiO LSDA+U}}, {{TAG|O atom}}, {{TAG|O atom spinpolarized}}, {{TAG|O atom spinpolarized low symmetry}}, {{TAG|O dimer}}, {{TAG|Partial DOS of CO on Ni 111 surface}}, {{TAG|Si bandstructure}}, {{TAG|Spin-orbit coupling in a Fe monolayer}}, {{TAG|Spin-orbit coupling in a Ni monolayer}}, {{TAG|STM of graphene}}, {{TAG|STM of graphite}}, {{TAG|Vibrational frequencies of CO on Ni 111 surface}}                         
 
 
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[[Category:INCAR]]
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[[Category:INCAR]][[Category:Electronic Minimization]]

Latest revision as of 10:47, 19 April 2019

SYSTEM = [string]
Default: SYSTEM = unknown system 

Description: The "title string" defined by SYSTEM is for the user only and should help the user to identify what he wants to do with this specific input file.


The SYSTEM tag is followed by a string which possibly contains blanks. The string is read in and written to the main output file OUTCAR.

Examples that use this tag