In this article, the principle of a real-time clock in a IBM PC microcomputer and it's applications in the rolling display of images with high resolution and the management of microcomputer working- time are described.
The paper describes the reformation of the Rikaku 2038 X-ray diffractor by using the two level computer auxiliary experimental system consisting of IBM PC/AT microcomputer and STD industrial control computer to perform phase and texture analysis automatically.
We describe the methodological features of the LABPK1 and LABPK2 programs, which are intended for use on local networks using 386/286 IBM PC compatibles or Macintosh computers.
A computer program for IBM PC/AT(XT) is developed.
We present a method for the determination of the trajectory of a sounding instrument and its drift velocity in the field of currents nonuniform in depth and develop special software for IBM/PC compatible computers.
The model has been validated for an IBM PC/AT-386 in the MS DOS medium (version 3.30).
A new system for differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is described, which comprises a DSC setup linked via an interface to an IBM PC provided with specially developed software.