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DJA 2013 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1

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Transcript of DJA 2013 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1

DJA 2013 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1
SYNOPSIS
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1
covers automotive configurations, basic operation of automotive system such as engine and vehicle classification, engine maintenance (cooling, lubrication and ignition system), steering and suspension system, manual transmission and clutch systems and tyre, wheel alignment and brake system. It provides a foundation and understanding for students in an engine construction, categories and working principles of those systems.
SUMMARY
2.0 ENGINE SYSTEMS
The topic covers basic theoretical knowledge on engine cooling, lubrication and ignition systems. Areas involving type, function and working principles of cooling, lubrication and ignition systems and its components. Coolant or anti-freeze, synthetic engine oil and timing advance mechanism are also discussed in this topic.
SUMMARY
3.0 STEERING AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
The topic covers the basic theoretical knowledge and understanding on steering and suspension systems. Areas involving function, type, terminologies, construction and operating principles and its components.
ASSESSMENT
The course is assessed through:
i. Coursework Assessment (CA) - 50%
Coursework assessments that measures knowledge, practical
skills and generic skills are carried out in the form of
continuous assessment. Coursework assessments total score
comprises the knowledge and practical marks ONLY. It does
not include the mark of generic skills.
ii. Final Examination Assessment (FE) – 50%
Final examination is carried out at the end of the semester.

TOPIC
1.0 ENGINE CONSTRUCTION AND VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION
SUMMARY
1.0 ENGINE CONSTRUCTION AND VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION
The topic covers basic theoretical knowledge and understanding of:-
i. Engine components,
ii. Vehicle classifications and terminologies.
iii. Areas involving engine construction,
iv. Operating principles and valve train,
v. Types of wheel drive: FWD, RWD and 4WD,
vi. Chassis and frame and vehicle body styles.
SUMMARY
4.0 MANUAL TRANSMISSION AND CLUTCH SYSTEMS
The topic covers theoretical knowledge and understanding of vehicle manual transmission and clutch systems. Areas involving functions, construction, operation and its components of manual transmission and clutch systems. Calculation of gear ratios and troubleshooting of clutch problems are also discussed in this topic.
SUMMARY
5.0 TYRE, WHEEL ALLIGNMENT AND BRAKE SYSTEMS
The topic covers basic theoretical knowledge and understanding on tyre, wheels and hydraulic brake system. Areas involving functions, construction and working principles and its components of both systems.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Apply the knowledge of construction and operation of
vehicle system. (C3, PLO1)
2. Illustrate the working principle automotive systems. (C4,
PLO2)
3. Demonstrate continuous learning and information
management skills while engaging in the new knowledge
and skills to present. (A3, PLO9)
2.0 ENGINE SYSTEMS
3.0 STEERING AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
4.0 MANUAL TRANSMISSION AND CLUTCH SYSTEMS
5.0 TYRE, WHEEL ALLIGNMENT AND BRAKE SYSTEMS
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