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2015-2016_ ___________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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ASE 287 Emission Control Systems
3 Credits
A comprehensive study of service repair and installation of
emission controls in the following areas: crankcase, ventilation
systems, fuel evaporation emission control systems, air inlet
temperature control systems, spark timing control devices, air
pumps and air pulse systems, temperature sensing, vacuum
valves and switches, exhaust gas recirculation systems, catalytic
converters (both single and three-way), and computer controlled
systems. Use of proper test equipment to meet Federal Clean Air
Standards is also covered. SP
Prerequisite: ASE 286
ASE 288 On Board Diagnostics II
1 Credit
On-Board Diagnostics II is a study of developments in the
control and diagnostics of all the computerized engine systems.
This course is a study of the functions, the terminology and of
the diagnostics self-test capabilities of the modern automobile.
Students will receive both lecture and hands-on practical
applications of the control built into today’s automobiles. SP
Prerequisite: ASE 287
ASE 289 Heavy Duty Diesel Fuel Injection Systems
2 Credits
More detailed training included is the fuel injection nozzles,
including unit injectors. The study of Cummins, Detroit,
and in line style injection pumps with more detailed theory to
provide the student with a better understanding of fuel injection
systems for tune-up and troubleshooting capability. Pump
operation with more detailed theory including bury cycle will
assist the student to understand the system better for enhanced
troubleshooting capability. Governors will be discussed and
demonstrated. Final requirements for this course will include
live work troubleshooting. SP
Prerequisite: ASE 292
ASE 291 Fluid Power Systems
2 Credits
This unit of instruction covers in greater detail theory and
application of fluid power systems. Component parts and theory
relationship to circuitry, diagnosis, and testing will be studied.
Troubleshooting and repair of live work projects will be utilized
as available. FA
ASE 292 Computer Controls for Diesel Engines
5 Credits
This course covers computer engine controls and a study of
how and why computers have been introduced into the trucking
industry. Items covered will be the microcomputer, sensors,
actuators, and wiring necessary for the proper function of the
computers which are used to control modern diesel engines.
Proper identification, location, function, and testing of these
components will be stressed. The theory of operation and
troubleshooting procedures for the diesel engine computer
systems will be covered through a detailed study of diagnostic
and engine management software provided by diesel engine
manufacturers. SP
Prerequisite: ASE 185
ASE 294 Automotive Trends
3 Credits
This course is designed to cover current and future automotive
trends. The information in this class is designed to keep the entry
level technician apprised of some of the technology they may
expect to see in the automotive repair industry. Some of the
topics will include Alternative Fuel Sources, Hybrids and Hybrid
Technologies, and Fuel Cell technology. SP
Prerequisite: ASE 288
BIO 227 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
4 Credits
This course is the first of a two course sequence that will cover
human anatomy and physiology. This course covers the body
structures and how they function to maintain homeostasis
in the body. The systems covered in this first course will
include the following systems: integumentary, skeletal, mus-
cular, nervous and endocrine. The anatomy of the cell will be
covered in detail and how cells working together form different
tissues. Important physiology processes such as a muscle
contraction and nerve impulse will be covered. FA
Corequisite: BIO 227L
BIO 227L Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
0 Credits
FA
Corequisite: BIO 227
Must pass 227L to pass BIO 227
BIO 228 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
4 Credits
This is the second course of a two semester sequence in human
anatomy and physiology. This course will cover the structure and
functions of the, circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive and
reproductive systems. The balance of fluids and essential
molecules will also be introduced. Genetics will be reviewed and
new research on human development will be presented. SP
Prerequisite: BIO 227. Corequisite: BIO 228L
Must pass BIO 228L to pass BIO228
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