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2013-14 PDF Catalog
DSLTC-101 INTRODUCTION TO DIESEL TECHNOLOGY
Introduction of basic skills needed to perform many repair tasks in a diesel-related repair environment. The student will complete tasks, in a competency-based program, that entry-level technicians will perform in the workplace.
DSLTC-102 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
The student will be introduced to basic electrical theory and practice as it applies to the heavy equipment and transport technology industries. The student will complete tasks in a competency based program that emulate the skills performed in the workplace. Topics include basic electricity fundamentals, starting and charging systems, batteries, trouble shooting, and lighting systems.
DSLTC-105 DIESEL ENGINES
Teaches the basics on how to identify, repair, and/or replace diesel engines. The student will learn two-stroke and four-stroke combustion engine theory as well as engine performance criteria. The student will learn proper disassembly, measuring, and reassembly procedures and will gain understanding in the operation and basic principles of the various engine components and their respective systems on a diesel engine.
DSLTC-200 SHOP SKILLS AND CLIMATE CONTROL
Basic shop skills including basic climate controls, welding and fabrication practices as applied to the heavy equipment and transport technology industries. The student will complete tasks in a competency based program that emulates the skills performed in the workplace. Topics include basic air conditioning fundamentals, stick, MIG and acetylene welding techniques along with acetylene/plasma torch cutting techniques. Students will acquire a Class B CDL through class study as well as a driving competency-based evaluation.
Introduction to basic hydraulic principles and theory. The student will complete a task list in a competency-based program that emulates the skills performed in the workplace. Topics include hydraulic system maintenance, fluid analysis, system familiarization, and troubleshooting procedures will be outlined as it applies to modern diesel equipment.
DSLTC-220 DIESEL ENGINE FUEL SYSTEMS AND TUNE-UP
Introduction to diesel engine fuel system theory and practice as it applies to modern diesel equipment repair. The student will apply the principles introduced in the classroom in the format of laboratory sessions. The student will complete tasks in a competency-based program that emulates the skills performed in the workplace. Topics include diesel engine maintenance, direct and indirect fuel injection systems, testing, adjusting and troubleshooting diesel engine fuel systems.
DSLTC-230 POWER TRAINS
Provides instruction and practice on the interrelationship and the operation of various heavy-duty power train systems of agricultural, industrial, and on-highway vehicles. Topics include transmissions, clutches, differentials, final drives, drive lines, testing, adjusting and troubleshooting of power train systems.
DSLTC-240 CHASSIS, SUSPENSION AND AIRBRAKES
Introduces basic theory and practice of chassis, suspension, and airbrake systems of all types of diesel equipment, on-highway trucks, and agriculture equipment. Laboratory sessions will reinforce and apply the knowledge learned in the classroom.
DSLTC-290 DIRECTED STUDY IN DIESEL TECHNOLOGY
Credits: 1 - 6
DSLTC-292 DIRECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS
Credits: 1 - 6
DSLTC-296 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION IN DIESEL TECHNOLOGY
DSLTC-396 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION IN DIESEL
Credits: 1 - 6
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