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Instrumentation of Fluid Power SystemsThis course will cover the skills needed to instrument and test a fluid power system. Instrumentation measurement will include pressure, flow, torque, force, RPM, velocity, vibration and sound. The student will use a volt-ohm meter to set excitation voltage, determine null and output levels of each type of transducer used to instrument an industrial or automated machine. The student will set and calibrate instruments such as strain gauges, thermocouples and temperature measuring devices, RPM and GPM transducers. The signal conditioning/amplifier devices for digital and analog will be covered in this course. Persons involved with machine design, maintenance, packaging, beverage and food processing and fluid power engineering should consider this course.3FLPW1231 should be taken prior to or concurrent with this courseFLPW2112View
Trailer MaintenanceThis course will cover the storage of seasonal equipment. Trailer maintenance and use will be covered also. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MMST1115MMST1145View
Motorcycle Wheels and SuspensionThis course will cover the theories of operation and repair procedures on common motorcycle wheels, tires, brakes and suspension systems. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MMST1130MMST2110View
Marine Tilt/Trim and ControlsThis course will cover the theories of operation of common power tilt and trim systems found on outboards. Repair procedures used on different systems will be taught. Students will disassemble and service at least one tilt and trim unit. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3Successful completion of all first year coursesMMST2140View
Motorcycle Transmissions and Clutch ServiceThis course will cover theories of operation and repair procedures used on common motorcycle transmissions and clutches. Parts identification and function are included. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MMST1130MMST2105View
Ford Suspension and AlignmentThis course will detail different types of suspension systems used on late model vehicles. Furthermore, the student will learn to perform two and four wheel alignment procedures.3NoneFMLR1601View
Ford Braking SystemsThis course will detail the brake systems of Ford Motor Company cars and light trucks. It includes ABS operation, hydraulic components, machining, and repair of drums and disc brake systems.3Instructor approvalFMLR2600View
Ford Car TransmissionsThis course will detail the fundamentals, operation and repair of automatic transmissions used on current Ford passenger cars.3NoneFDAS2230View
Ford DrivelineThis course will detail the fundamentals, operation and repair of clutches, differentials, transfer cases, manual transmissions and transaxles used on Ford vehicles.3NoneFDAS1420View
Ford Fuel SystemsThis course will detail the fundamentals, operation and repair of Ford fuel and air inlet controls.2NoneFDAS1750View