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AMEP 107 - Engine Maintenance

This module covers typical maintenance procedures for piston and turbine engines.


Hours: 105.8 (Shop/Teaching Kitchen: 105.8)


Total Weeks:  15



Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program


Non-Course Prerequisites:




Course Content:
P7-1 Recip. Maintenance
- Complete manufacturers specifications
- Reassemble engine
- Complete associated paperwork
- Install engine in runup bay and test engine
P7-2 Turbine Maintenance

- Complete assigned inspections and maintenance tasks on various turbine engines


Learning Outcomes:
- The student will disassemble a horizontally-opposed piston engine, inspect for serviceability, and reassemble using manufactures references and successfully run the engine.
- The student will complete inspections and maintenance tasks on various turbine engines using manufactures references.


Grading System: Percentage


Passing Grade:  70%


Percentage of Individual Work: 35%


Percentage of Group Work:  65%


Additional Comments:



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