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2364144 Principles of Internal Combustion Engines[1]

2364144 Principles of Internal Combustion Engines[1]

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SUBCOURSE EDITIONOD1619 8
PRINCIPLES OF INTERNALCOMBUSTION ENGINES
 
US ARMY BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE SYSTEMS MECHANICCORRESPONDENCE COURSEMOS/SKILL LEVEL: 63T30PRINCIPLES OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINESSUBCOURSE NO. OD1619US Army CorrespondenceCourse Program7 Credit HoursGENERALThe purpose of this subcourse is to increase the mechanic's knowledge of theprinciples, components, and operation of internal combustion engines.Seven credit hours are awarded for successful completion of this subcourse.Lesson 1: INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINESTASK 1: Describe the principles, components, and operation of both the twostroke and four stroke gasoline engines.TASK 2: Describe the principles, components, and operation of both the twostroke and four stroke diesel engines.Lesson 2: INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE SUBSYSTEMSTASK 1: Describe the principles, components, and operation of turbochargers,intake, and exhaust systems.TASK 2: Describe the principles, components, and operation of the lubricationsystem.TASK 3: Describe the principles, components, and operation of the coolingsystem.
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