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Gaseous Fueled Engines Operation, Applications, and Troubleshooting

DSM279

Study of safety procedures, terminology common to the industry, the origin of natural gas, available alternative fuels, the differences between diesel and natural gas engines, components in a gaseous fueled engine, the calculation of air and horsepower requirements for various types of natural gas, preventative maintenance, emissions systems, and major regulations affecting the industry. Course work builds on prior knowledge of basic fuels systems, diesel engine theory, assembly and disassembly, and basic direct current fundamentals. (Formerly DSM249) 2 Credits (1 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): DSM116 and DSM119 and DSM120 and DSM154 or DSM116 and DSM119 and DSM154 and ELT111 or DSM109 and DSM116 and DSM120 and DSM154 or DSM109 and DSM116 and DSM154 and ELT111.

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