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MTE 2160C - Diesel Fuel Injection Systems
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Passing MTE 1001C with a C or higher ( CR C)
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Study of variation in design and principles
of operation of fuel injection systems used on diesel engines. Laboratory experiences to familiarize the student with
the operation, maintenance and calibration of the units that comprise a diesel engine fuel system. Standard factory
approved procedures on Bacharach and Hartridge test equipment as well as diagnostics with computers and scan tools.
Demonstrations by the instructor and practiced by the student. Injector troubleshooting on electronic diesel engines.
MTE 2234C - Marine Gearcase, Outdrives and Transmission Systems
4.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Passing MTE 1001C and MTE 1053C with a C or higher (CR C)
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course emphasizes large outboard lower units,
stern drives and marine gear assemblies including Borg-Warner, and Twin Disc for use on engines to 500 H.P. Focus will
be upon the function of gears, gearing, bearings, and seals relating this information to the schematics of transmissions
found in the service manuals. Complete disassembly and reassembly procedures on all outboard lower units including
mechanical, Alpha I, Bravo I, Cobra, King Cobra, Volvo gear cases using special tools and shimming procedures. Study of
hydraulics in transmission of Borg-Warner, Twin Disc. In depth theory of propellers and selection, using manufacturer’s
information.
MTE 2541C - Marine Auxiliary Equipment Servicing
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: MTE 1400C CR C
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course provides an introduction to pumps,
DC/AC electricity and generators; hydraulics; LP gas systems, solar power, marine sanitation devices, air conditioning and
refrigeration, and other topics of interest to mariners. Within each unit, theory of operation and fundamentals of servicing
are taught with a strong emphasis on techniques. Stern drive and outboard power Tilt and Trim operations and repairs.
MTE 2652C - AdvancedWelding Techniques
3.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course provides practice in advanced welding
techniques in TIG and MIG welding and includes repairing aluminum parts on marine engines. Provides practice of skills in
vertical overhead welding using destructive and nondestructive testing. Emphasis is upon welding design, construction
and special welding projects.
MTE 2654C - PipeWelding with MIG and TIG
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Passing MTE 2652C with a C or higher ( CR C)
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. The purpose of this class is to prepare the student
in welding pipe techniques using GTAW and GMAW methods. Blueprint and diagram reading in fabrication of pipes in the
forms of tuna towers and bow rails and dive platforms using aluminum and stainless steel pipe.
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