The study aimed to introduce the 8088 microprocessors and its usage of executing instructions in as little as a 400ns for solving the volume of water contained inside a cylinder. The higher execution speeds and large memory sizes allowed the 8088 to replace smaller mini-computers in many applications.
Experimental development and descriptive approaches were the methods used. The "Automated Volume Resolver 2" automatically determines the volume of object being submerged on the liquid.
Findings showed that the device was very convenient and useful in measuring the volume of a cylinder with water inside.