Inspect, maintain, and repair air foundation brakes and their various components inspect, maintain, and repair the air supply system inspect, service, and maintain air service circuits. Emergency medical training services paramedic program outlines outline topic: ambulance operations revised: 11/2013 • do not pump anti-lock brakes. Modern cars have crumple zones and anti-lock brakes, we're no longer exposed to secondhand smoke everywhere we go, and homicide rates are down but when it comes to fires, the world today is more dangerous than it ever has been. Anti-lock braking systems (abs) and brake-by-wire systems (bbw) are safety-critical applications by nature such systems are required to demonstrate high degrees of dependability fault-tolerance is the primary means to achieve dependability at runtime and has been an active research area for decades. Course outline 1 course information session offered fall 2015 course name automotive engineering technology ii course code autotech 3ae3 date(s) and time(s) of.
More advanced edrs may record additional information from the engine control module, antilock brakes and other vehicle systems federal rules outline as many as 30 extra data elements that advanced edrs must log. • assess, diagnose and service hydraulic, drum brake, disc brake, power assist and anti-lock brake systems • assess, diagnose and service steering systems. Once vehicles started using anti-lock brake systems (abs) they incorporated the pressure control into a hydraulic pump the pump is controlled by an electronic brake control module (more on abs in automotive brakes-part 2.
This article applies to the acura rdx and mdx (2007-2015) while brake pads are expected to have a finite lifespan, brake rotors and brake calipers are also service items that rdx/mdx owners should be aware of. Antilock braking system 2 • anti-lock braking system (abs) is an automobile safety system that allows the wheels on a motor vehicle to maintain tractive contact with the road surface. The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to automobiles: automobile (or car) - wheeled passenger vehicle that carries its own motormost definitions of the term specify that automobiles are designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for one to six people, typically have four wheels and be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than. Covers the procedures to disassemble and reassemble hydraulic and air brakes students inspect the master cylinder and study the wheel cylinders, brake assemblies, and power brake units.
Drafting lecture notes outlines if you like, you may start from an outline many people start by just writing down ideas start with the strategy you like. Online library and librarian students in penn foster career school have access to an online library for use during their studies students can use this library to do the required research in the courses they complete or can use it for general reference and links to valuable resources. Introduction heavy duty equipment mechanic • industry training authority industry training authority 4 how to use this document this program outline has been developed for the use of individuals from several different audiences. Welcome to the following two brake competencies • inspect & service braking systems - (aurt210170a) this unit covers the competence required to inspect and service braking systems and/or associated components, including pneumatic over hydraulic, air, hand and parking brake systems in an automotive retail, service and/or repair context. Air brakes study guide this online air brakes course is designed as a refresher and study aid for individuals who will write an alberta air brake knowledge test at a registry this course is also ideal for individuals or corporations with employees who need air brake refresher training.
Analyze damage to anti-lock brake systems and understand repair procedures identify skid control systems and parts module 1 - vehicle information and construction students will begin the course by learning about several current ford model vehicles and their differences. This is the outline of the steps to remove and replace the flexible rubber lines clean all dirt away from fittings using a flare nut wrench, disconnect the metal brake line from the hose fitting. Everywhere in the world people face racial discrimination we see news telling about occurrences of racism in different countries more than that, the majority of cases that have to do with racism happen in middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities.
Abs (anti blockier system) or anti-lock brakes prevent the wheels from locking up during emergency braking maneuvers, allowing modern vehicles to avoid many accidents that previously would have occurred. Business enterprises outline unit i agency law: agency law 1 fiduciary relationship where one person (agent) acts for another (principal) 2. Outline thesis: antilock brakes are impressive performers on the test track and in television advertising what has surprised a lot of people is that anti-lock brakes are not reducing the frequency or cost of accidents. The theory behind anti-lock brakes is simple a skidding wheel (where the tire contact patch is sliding relative to the road) has less traction than a non-skidding wheel if you have been stuck on ice, you know that if your wheels are spinning you have no traction.