SRD LAMMPS question

Dear All,

I'm using LAMMPS software with SRD (Stocahstic rotation dynamics). I want to use
this in simulating nanoparticle aggregates actually calcite nanoagregrate. I just noticed some
things about them on the LAMMPS website and i quote
"Lamda cannot be smaller than 0.6 * hgrid, else an error is generated."
In fact I need lambda LARGER than 0.6, to achieve high (fluid) viscosity.
Please is this correct in the SRD version on LAMMPS? I will like to use latest version to study 3D deposition of
colloids.

Many thanks,

Ola Olalere
PhD Student
Imperial College London
United Kingdom
SW7 2AZ.

That should actually read:

Lamda cannot be smaller than 0.6 * hgrid, else an error is generated
(unless the {shift} keyword is used, see below).

But since you want lambda larger, why does it matter? It
can be larger, shift of no shift.

Steve