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SOE 201 - Industrial Maintenance 1

Credits: 3
3 Lecture Hours

Prerequisites: SOE 101  and SOE 102  or one year’s experience in maintenance or related field.

This course is a comprehensive introduction to fundamental maintenance and troubleshooting principles, procedures, and practices in a system format. Systems include electrical, refrigeration, boiler, HVAC, mechanical, fluid power, welding, programmable controllers and preventive maintenance.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  1. Identify and describe Workplace Safety, Hazardous Material Handling, Hand Tools, Measuring Devices, Power Tools, Threads, Taps and Dies, Fastener Types, Fastener Grades, Torque Specifications and Retaining Ring Fasteners.
  2. Define and explain the importance of Electrical Symbols, Welding Symbols and Welding Drawings.
  3. Demonstrate functions of Belts and Sheaves, Chains and Sprockets, Gears and Gearboxes, Speed Calculations, Bearing Loads, Bearing Construction, Series of Bearings, Bearing Types, Bearing Installation and Removal, Bearing Failures.
  4. Illustrate Shaft Alignment, Dial Indicator Method, Reverse Dial Indicator Method, Feeler Gauge Method, Laser Shaft Alignment, General Terms, Types of Lubricants, Methods of Application and Lubrication Schedules.
  5. Compare and contrast uses for Packing Seals, Mechanical Seals, Radial Lip Seals, Hydraulic Pumps, Pump Specifications, Pump Troubleshooting, Air Compression, Compressor Types, and Compressor Troubleshooting.
  6. Identify various Piping Tools, Piping Systems, Fittings, Piping Sketches, Fitting Allowances and Pipe Connection Methods.
  7. Describe how the following topics apply to the maintenance of a facility: Atomic Structure, Current, Voltage, Resistance, Resistor Wattage Ratings and Power, Scientific Notation, Ohm’s Law, Power Law, Digital Multimeter, Clamp-On Ammeter, Megohmmeter, Oscilloscope, Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits and Combination Circuits.
Listed Topics
  1. Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals
  2. Troubleshooting
  3. Types of Systems
  4. Preventive Maintenance
Reference Materials
Current Textbook.
Supplementary Materials such as study guides, workbooks, CD, videos, handouts, library resources.
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 05/14/2007

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