The codes all use
a module of definitions defs.f90.
The code that computes the average on two disks on either side of a
lipid bilayer of the electric potential due to an oligoarginine on its
surface is Vcpp.f90.
The code that simulates the phosphatidylserines is celpore.f90.
The code that simulates the
sodium and chlride ions is rcions.f90.
The paper that these codes support is Molecular
Transduction of Oligoarginines.
The code checks.f90 checks that the potentials reported in Eqs.(22-25) of that paper are correct, that is, that they satisfy Eqs. (A1-6).
If you find a coding error or a physics mistake, please send me your comments. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.