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SOE 210 - Industrial Maintenance 2

Credits: 3
3 Lecture Hours

Prerequisites: SOE 201  

This course is a continuation of industrial Maintenance 1 and provides advanced training for 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. Define and explain Inductance & R-L Circuits, Capacitance & R-C Circuits, R-L-C Series & Parallel Circuits, Power Factor Correction, Three-Phase Circuits and Three-Phase Power Factor Correction.
  2. List Applications for Conductor Selection & Sizing, Conductor Color Code, Raceway Selection and Raceway Sizing.
  3. Demonstrate Basic Transformers, Three-Phase Transformers, Primary Distribution Systems, Consumer Distribution Systems and Grounding Systems.
  4. Explain DC Generators, DC Motors, Alternators, Three-Phase Motors and Single-Phase Motors.
  5. Categorize Two-Wire Controls, Three-Wire Controls, Multiple Start/Stop Controls, Forward/Reverse Controls, Speed Control, Speed Control, Jog Control, Miscellaneous Control, Multiple Motor Starter Control, Sequential Starting Control, Various Starting Methods and Braking.
  6. Utilize DC Drives, Troubleshooting DC Drives, Inverter Drives and Troubleshooting Inverter Drives.
  7. Illustrate PLC Components, I/O Wiring, and Programming.
  8. Demonstrate skill in Gas Welding Safety, Setup Procedures, Shutdown Procedures, Types of Flames, Puddling and Running a Bead, Types of Welds, Types of Joints and Welding Positions.
  9. Refine skills and techniques with Arc Welding Safety, Arc Welding Components, Striking the Arc, Running a Bead, Types of Welds, Types of Joints and Common Problems of Arc Welding.
  10. Discuss History, Planning and Coordinating, Hazardous & Confined Locations and Executing the PM.
  11. List Four Rules of Electrical Maintenance and Maintenance Responsibility.
Listed Topics
  1. Industrial Maintenance Fundamentals
  2. Troubleshooting
  3. Types of Systems
  4. Welding
  5. 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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