Automotive Engines 1 CEAM-932
|Course Name||Automotive Engines 1|
|Description||Automotive Engines Level 1 is a practical introductory course that offers an understanding of the design, construction and operation of automotive engines.
Topics include shop safety practices, tools and fasteners associated with engine service, principles of the two- and four-stroke cycle, types of engines and cylinder heads, valve operation and camshaft drive systems and torquing procedures.
You will complete a series of hands-on activities in outfitted labs
This Automotive Engines Level 1 course will enable you to:
• Understand the principles and rules of levers and cyclical moments;
• Establish safety procedures;
• Outline and describe the parts of spark ignition engine;
• Explain the two-stroke and four-stroke cycles;
• Determine engine speed from engine design;
• Explain the advantages and disadvantages of different engine square designs;
• Identify the steps to engine disassembly and/or reassembly and the necessary measuring tools required;
• Determine the proper procedure for torquing the correct fasteners;
• Identity faults in components and their repairability and reusability;
• Outline the steps to servicing a short block;
• Understand the construction and serving of cylinder heads;
• Understand the principles and operation of the engine lubrication systems and the engine cooling system and coolants;
• Understand the principles and operation and identify the parts of the supercharger or turbocharger system.
|Notes||More information call 416-289-5207 PRESS 8 Current or former Centennial students, please call to register
Please note: CSA-approved safety boots and safety glasses will be required for admission to all lab classes. Failure to comply in any lab will result in a temporary dismissal from the class.
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