Course Descriptions

MET 107 - Mechanical Systems

3 Credits

This course is a study of basic mechanical components. The course will span the basic functions and physical properties of mechanical components and the roles they play in the system. Students will gain knowledge and experience with materials, lubrication requirements and surface properties. Additionally, troubleshooting techniques will be introduced for identifying and resolving mechanical faults. Preventative maintenance methods and mechanical component safety will be emphasized. Technical documentation such as data sheets and specifications of mechanical elements will also be covered. Two class hours, two laboratory hours.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Use standard manufacturing quality measurement equipment to verify component dimensions
2. Describe the function of a mechanical power transmission system
3. Diagnose basic mechanical faults using the lab simulator
4. Describe an application for each of the of the six basic mechanical machines
5. Differentiate between potential and kinetic energy
6. Perform a removal or installation of a bearing
7. Identify the correct alignment method for a particular application
8. Calculate shaft speed, torque, and gear ratios
9. Explain how to repair a chain drive system
10. Describe the advantages of mechanical seals

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Intersession 2018
Spring Semester 2018