Student Learning Outcomes Course: Diesel 021 – Diesel Engines – Heavy Duty Outcomes Objective Outcome Students will demonstrate their ability to use Evaluate safe use of tools and safe work practices by understanding safety chemicals, the proper placement standards and passing a specific safety test and storage of parts and and by demonstrating safe work practices components, and decide upon and using required personal protective correct protective clothing and equipment in the diesel laboratory at all safety gear for various situations. times. Students will demonstrate their ability to understand the two and four stroke Distinguish design, operating combustion cycles by evaluating text-book principles, and the component descriptions and actual engines and parts of the two – stroke and four accurately outlining each type of engines’ – stroke diesel engine. intake, compression, combustion and exhaust sequences. Disassemble, inspect and repair parts, which are reusable in a The student will demonstrate their ability to manner consistent with accepted perform the basics of diesel engine trade practices and assemble a rebuilding from start to finish by analyzing diesel engine in accordance with rebuilding procedures and correctly manufacturer instructions and disassembling, performing basic inspection, specifications. The student will and correctly reassembling a diesel engine. order new diesel engine parts as required.