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DIE 210 Advanced Diesel Engines and Fuel Systems
Credit Hours:  5
Effective Term: Fall 2016
SUN#: None
AGEC: None  
Credit Breakdown: 4 Lectures, 3 Labs
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A, B, C, D, F
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Description: An indepth study of modern diesel engines used in off and on highway application, emphasizing computer controlled fuel systems and new emission standards.

Prerequisites: DIE115

Corequisites: None

Recommendations: None

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Knowledge Level) Recognize safety hazards associated with engines.
2. (Application Level) Define and demonstrate use of computer controlled fuel system terminology.
3. (Knowledge Level) Identify components related to computer controlled fuel systems.
4. (Application Level) Use laptop computers and on board monitors to find trouble codes for faulty components and wiring.
5. (Application Level) Determine and apply the correct diagnostic/troubleshooting guide for the trouble code found.
6. (Evaluation Level) Evaluate the faulty component or wiring circuit and determine the diagnostic/troubleshooting procedures.
7. (Evaluation Level) Evaluate the component within the circuit that is faulty using a volt/Ohm meter.
8. (Synthesis Level) Support your findings by repairing or replacing the component.
9. (Evaluation Level) Appraise your repair by starting the engine and analyzing the circuit using a laptop or onboard monitoring system, if applicable.
Internal/External Standards Accreditation
Students will be tested in written form such as quizzes, midterms and final exams to prove their understanding of the standards at 70% or higher. The 2014 AEDF (Associated Equipment Distributors Foundation) standards for Construction Equipment Technology can be found at the following website: http://aedfoundation.org/wp-content/themes/aed_2015/assets/pdf/AED%202014%20TECH%20STDS%20BOOK%20-%20FINAL%2012-9-14.pdf

Section of 5 of the standards covers diesel engines.