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Automotive Industry: Technical and Contextual Explorations, Part 1 - Course

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  • Course description
    By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:  Define internal combustion engine and determine where it is commonly used;  Learn how to build an engine on paper;  Identify the uses of fuel;  Discuss the basic force of an engine;  Know how trapping the explosion is conducted;  Talk about simple engine;  Enumerate the parts of engine and their corresponding function;  Determine how to fast the parts of engine;  Ascertain how to lengthen the piston;  Learn how to get fuel into the engine;  Be familiar with removable cylinder head;  Understand fuel intake and exhaust passages;  Be knowledgeable about valves;  Explain the four-stroke cycle;  Identify some opening and closing valves;  Obtain information about the flywheel;  Describe the functions of the engine block;  Discuss the applications of following engine components;  Classify cycle;  Give the classifications of valve location;  View some designs of combustion chamber;  Give the classification of cylinder;  Understand the firing order;  Indicate cooling classification;  Classify fuel;  Understand experimental engines;  Understand engine mounting;  Identify the different kinds of accidents and ways of avoiding them;  Know how accidents happen;  Enumerate the effects of accidents;  Learn how to reduce the possibility of accidents;  Learn how to dress safely for work;  Ascertain the proper way of keeping a neat shop;  Identify unsafe conditions;  Determine the proper waste chemical disposal;  Be guided of the proper work procedure;  Learn how to do the job right;  Be familiar with the tool material;  Understand tool construction;  Learn the proper ways of handling and storing the tools;  Name the different types of tools;  Specify some measuring tools;  Determine the differing definitions of horsepower;  Discuss about volumetric efficiency;  Be knowledgeable about the engine size;  Explain the principles of compression ratio;  Learn some basic information about subject in electricity; Know the importance of high voltage;  Identify the different primary circuit and discuss each;  Identify the different secondary circuit and discuss each;  Learn how to set basic timing;  Indicate the timing advance mechanism;  Discover how to provide the correct air-fuel mixture;  Identify the different ways of fuel injection and discuss the procedures involved;  Understand pulse fuel injection;  Cite the types of pulse fuel injection systems;  Explain the following pulse fuel injection system components:  Air Induction System;  Fuel Delivery System;  Engine Control Computer;  Electronic Sensors;  Understand the continuous pulse fuel injection systems;  Discuss about diesel fuel injection;  Be knowledgeable about superchargers and turbochargers;  Identify the different fuel supply system and discuss each;  Be familiar with the concepts of carburettors;  Classify carburettor;  Describe the importance of cooling system;  Identify the methods of cooling;  Know the role of  lubrication systems and its importance;  Gain more information about engine oil;  See how engine oil are refined;  Classify engine oil service;  Know the correct oil change intervals;  Find out how oil works;  Name the types of lubrication systems;  Enumerate the components of the pressure-splash system;  Discuss oil filtration;  Explain crankcase ventilation;  Exemplify oil pressure indicators;  Describe the rationale of cooling the oil;  Know the purpose of the exhaust system;  Be familiar with the exhaust system design;  Name the exhaust system components and discuss each;  Know the exhaust system materials;  Learn the correct way of sealing the exhaust system;  Describe the importance of  emission control;  Discuss the emission control systems;  Be knowledgeable about engine modifications and controls;  Identify the external cleaning systems;  Understand fuel vapour controls;  Explain computer control emission systems; and  Identify the cautions which should be observed with the emission systems.

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