Identify all common engine components.
Know how four and two stroke engines work.
Identify a diesel or petrol engine just by looking at it.
Learn how a turbocharger works (and supercharger).
Know common engine terminology.
Know how the engine oil, water, fuel air, exhaust and electrical systems work
Learn why diesel engines are more efficient.
- 1.1 - Short History Lesson
- 2.2 - How to get the most out of this course
- 3.1 - Diesel Engines Introduction
- 3.2 - Comparison of Diesel and Petrol/Gasoline Engine
- Your Membership to EngineeringTrainer
- 4.1 - Free Resources General Note
- 4.2 - saVRee Links To FREE 3D Models
- 4.3 - Major Diesel Engine Components
- 4.4 - The Cylinder Block
- 4.5 - Crankcase and Oil Pan
- 4.6 - Cylinder Sleeve or Bore
- 4.7 - Straight and V Line
- 4.8 - Piston and Piston Rings
- 4.9 - Four and Two Stroke Lubrication Oil Systems
- 4.10 - Connecting Rod (Con Rod)
- 4.11 - Crankshaft
- 4.12 - White Metal Bearings
- 4.13 - Flywheel
- 4.14 - Cylinder Head
- 4.15 - Intake and Exhaust Valves
- 4.16 - Timing Gears, Camshaft & Valve Mechanism
- 4.17 - Blower
- 5.1 - Diesel Engine Support Systems
- 5.2 - Engine Cooling
- 5.3 - How Engine Cooling Water System Works
- 5.4 - Engine Lubrication
- 5.5 - How Oil Filters Work
- 5.6 - Fuel System
- 5.7 - Charging and Scavenging
- 5.8 - Air Intake System
- 5.9 - Turbocharging
- 5.10 - How Turbochargers Work
- 5.11 - Supercharging
- 5.12 - Exhaust System
- 6.1 - Operational Terminology
- 6.2 - Spark Ignition and Compression Ignition
- 6.3 - Bore and Stroke
- 6.4 - Engine Displacement
- 6.5 - Degree Of Crankshaft Rotation
- 6.6 - Firing Order
- 6.7 - Compression Ratio & Clearance Volume
- 6.8 - Horsepower
- 7.1 - Fundamentals Of The Diesel Cycle
- 7.2 - The Basic Diesel Cycles
- 7.3 - Timing
- 7.4 - The Four Stroke Engine Cycle
- 7.5 - How Four Stroke Engines Work
- 7.6 - The Two Stroke Engine Cycle
- 7.7 - How Two Stroke Engines Work
- 8.1 - Final Thoughts
- 8.2 - Rate this Course & Continue Learning
You will learn:
- How An Engine Works.
- How Two Stroke and Four Stroke Engines Work.
- The Difference Between Petrol/Gasoline and Diesel Engines.
- Engine Components (Piston Rings, Rocker Arms, Valves etc.).
- Engine Systems (Water, Oil, Air, Exhaust and Electrical).
- Engine Terminology (BDC, TDC, Firing Order etc.).
- How Engine Ancillaries Work (Turbocharger, Supercharger etc.).
- And a lot lot more!
Note that this course focuses more on the diesel fired engine type rather than the petrol/gasoline type, but gives a general good overview concerning the internal combustion (IC) engine.
The course is designed to take you from zero to hero concerning combustion engine knowledge. Even if you already have some background knowledge, this course will serve as an efficient refresher, whatever your level of understanding, or engineering background (HVAC, power engineering, oil and gas, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering etc.).
Interactive 3D models are used extensively to show you each individual engine component and how components work together to complete useful work.
The course is packed with images, 2D animations, interactive 3D models and 3D animations and high quality written content. Written content has been read aloud so that you can 'learn on the go' without needing to watch the screen constantly.
If you are interested in HVAC, Mechanical, Electrical, Automobile, Chemical, Power or Industrial Engineering, we have courses for you!
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