Automotive Industry: Technical and Contextual Explorations Part 1 (Paris)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
A Paris, France (Francia)

£ 10.000 - (11.752 )
+IVA

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  • Corso
  • Paris, france (Francia)
  • Durata:
    10 Days
  • Quando:
    Da definire
Descrizione

Limited Objectives: 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.
Suitable for: This course is designed for: Mechanics. Automotive Engineers. Automotive Technicians. Electrical Engineers and. Drivers

Informazione importanti

Requisiti: Degree or Work Experience

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Dove e quando

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Da definire
Paris, France
Rue de Valois, 75001, (75) Paris, Francia
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Basic IT
Automotive
Design
Construction
Electrical
Materials
systems
Industry
Construction Training

Programma

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues

Engine Building

  • Concept of Engine
  • Internal Combustion Engine
  • Building an Engine on Paper
  • Fuel Uses
  • Basic Force of an Engine
  • Trapping the Explosion
  • Simple Engine
  • Parts of Engine
  • Fastening the Parts
  • Lengthen the Piston
  • Getting Fuel into the Engine
  • Removable Cylinder Head
  • Fuel Intake and Exhaust Passages
  • Valves
  • Four-Stroke Cycle
  • Vacuum
  • Vacuum Pump
  • Then Intake Stroke
  • The Compression Stroke
  • Power Stroke
  • Exhaust Stroke
  • Completed Cycle
  • Cycle Repeated
  • Opening and Closing Valves
  • Camshaft
  • Valve Lifter
  • Camshaft Speed
  • Turning the Camshaft
  • Timing the Valves
  • The Flywheel
  • Basic Engine Completed

Design, Construction, Application of Engine Components

  • The Engine Block
  • Cylinders
  • Pistons
  • Piston Materials
  • Piston Expansion Problems
  • Partial Skirt Piston
  • Piston Temperature
  • Piston Construction
  • Piston Head Shape
  • Piston Rings
  • Types of Rings
  • Piston Pins
  • Connecting Rods
  • Rod Construction
  • Rod Bearing
  • Crankshaft
  • Main Bearings
  • Crankshaft Throws
  • Crank Vibration
  • Vibration Damper
  • Balance Shafts
  • Drilled, Ground and Polished
  • Timing Gears
  • Sprocket
  • Flywheel
  • Camshaft
  • Valves
  • Valve Seats
  • Valve Guides
  • Valve Springs
  • Mechanical Valve Litters
  • Hydraulic Valve Litters
  • Reducing Valve Wear
  • Valve Timing
  • Cylinder Head
  • Oil Pan
  • Timing Gear Cover
  • Gaskets
  • Sealants
  • Seals
  • Other Parts

Classifying Engine and Identifying the Parts

  • Cycle Classification
  • Valve Location Classifications
  • L-Head, T-Head and F-Head Designs
  • I-Head
  • Overhead Valve Adjustment
  • Valve-To-Piston Clearance
  • Detonation and Preignition
  • Combustion Chamber Design
  • Ricardo Combustion Chamber
  • Hemispherical Combustion Chamber
  • Wedge Shape Combustion Chamber
  • Cylinder Classification
  • Inline Engine
  • V-Type Engine
  • Horizontal-Opposed Engines
  • Firing Order
  • Cooling Classification
  • Fuel Classification
  • Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Cycle Diesel Engines
  • Rotary Engines
  • Miller-Cycle Engines
  • Natural Gas Engines
  • Experimental Engines
  • Engine Mounting
  • Identification and Classification

Safety Lab Procedures: Avoiding Accidents

  • Kinds of Accidents
  • How Accidents Happen
  • Effects of Accidents
  • Reducing the Possibility of Accidents
  • Dressing Safely for Work
  • Keeping a Neat Shop
  • Identifying Unsafe Conditions
  • Waste Chemical Disposal
  • Proper Work Procedure

Doing the Job Right Automotive Tools

  • Tool Material
  • Tool Construction
  • Tool Handling And Storage
  • Types of Tools
  • Measuring Tools

Engine Tests and Measurements

  • Horsepower
  • Horsepower Formula
  • Potential Horsepower
  • Thermal Efficiency
  • Mechanical Efficiency
  • Practical Efficiency
  • Indicated Horsepower
  • Brake Horsepower
  • Gross and Net Horsepower Ratings
  • Frictional Horsepower
  • Torque
  • Torque and Brake Horsepower, Distinctions
  • Volumetric Efficiency
  • Engine Size, Displacement
  • Cylinder Bore
  • Piston Stroke
  • Compression Ratio

Electrical System Fundamentals

  • Basic Electricity
  • The Electron Theory
  • Conventional Theory
  • Matter
  • Atoms
  • Electrical Current
  • Current Flow
  • Voltage
  • Electrical Resistance
  • Test Meters
  • Conductors (Materials)
  • Insulators
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Series-Parallel Circuit
  • Vehicle Chassis
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Magnetism
  • Magnet
  • Basic Automotive Electronics
  • Diodes
  • Transistors

Ignition System

  • Necessity of High Voltage
  • Primary Circuit
  • Battery
  • Ignition Switch
  • Resistors
  • Ignition Coil
  • Methods of Current Interruption
  • Distributorless Ignition System
  • Primary Circuit Complete
  • Secondary Circuit
  • Spark Plug Construction
  • Spark Plug Heat Range
  • Resistor Spark Plugs
  • Distributor Cap
  • Rotor
  • Spark Plug Wires
  • Ignition Timing and Advance
  • Setting Basic Timing
  • Timing Advance Mechanism

Fuel Injection Systems

  • Providing the Correct Air-Fuel Mixture
  • Fuel Injection
  • Direct and Indirect Injection
  • Mechanical and Electronic Injection
  • Computer-Controlled Electronic Fuel Injection System
  • Pulse Fuel Injection
  • Types of Pulse Fuel Injection Systems
  • Throttle Body Injection
  • Multiport Fuel Injection
  • Pulse Fuel Injection System Components
  • Air Induction System
  • Fuel Delivery System
  • Engine Control Computer
  • Electronic Sensors
  • Continuous Pulse Fuel Injection Systems
  • Fuel Flow Control
  • Complete Air-Fuel Control Unit
  • Diesel Fuel Injection
  • Diesel Fuel
  • Overall Diesel Fuel System
  • Injector Pump Types
  • Distributor Type Injection Pump
  • Other Pump Features
  • Diesel Injector Types
  • Glow Plugs and Intake Air Heaters
  • Superchargers and Turbochargers

Fuel Supply and Carburetors

  • Fuel Supply System
  • Fuel Tank
  • Gasoline Pickup Tube
  • How Gasoline Leaves the Tank
  • Electric Fuel Pump
  • Fuel Filter
  • Fuel Lines
  • Vapour Lock Eliminations
  • Carburetors
  • Building a Carburetor
  • Basic Carburetor is Complete
  • Correcting the Remaining Faults
  • Carburetor Circuits
  • Intake Manifold Design
  • Air Cleaners
  • Carburetor Classification

Cooling System

  • The Need for a Cooling System
  • Methods of Cooling
  • Liquid-Cooled Engines
  • First Job Complete

Lubrication Systems

  • The Need for Lubrication Systems
  • Friction
  • Fraction Reduction
  • Bearing Construction and Friction
  • Engine Oil
  • Engine Oil Jobs
  • Refining Engine Oil
  • Oil Viscosity
  • Engine Oil Service Classification
  • Oil Change Intervals
  • Engine Lubrication Systems
  • How Oil Works
  • Types of Lubrication Systems
  • Components of the Pressure-Splash System
  • Pressure Relief Valve
  • Oil Galleries and Lines
  • Oil Enters Bearing
  • Hydraulic Valve Lifters
  • Oil Filtration
  • Crankcase Ventilation
  • Oil Seals
  • Oil Pressure Indicators
  • Dipstick
  • Cooling the Oil

Exhaust Systems

  • Purpose of the Exhaust System
  • Exhaust System Design
  • Exhaust System Components
  • Exhaust Manifolds
  • Exhaust Pipes
  • Catalytic Converters
  • Mufflers
  • Resonators
  • Tailpipes
  • Hangers
  • Heat Shields
  • Exhaust System Materials
  • Sealing the Exhaust System
  • Exhaust Pipe-To-Manifold Connections
  • Pipe-To-Pipe Connections
  • Other Connections

Emissions Systems

  • The Need for Emission Control
  • Emission Control Systems
  • Engine Modifications And Controls
  • Engine Modifications
  • Fuel System Controls
  • Spark Timing Controls
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)
  • External Cleaning Systems
  • Air Injection System
  • Pulse Air Injection
  • Catalytic Converter
  • Multiple Converters
  • Diesel Catalytic Converters
  • Fuel Vapour Controls
  • Positive Crankcase Ventilation
  • Evaporation Control Systems (ECSs)
  • Computer Control Emission Systems
  • Emission Systems Caution