This module covers lubrication systems, bearings and seals, and instrumentation; which are parts of the aircraft engines.
Total Hours: 48
Lecture Hours: 48
This course is offered online:
Admission in to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program.
T12-1 – Engine Instruments
T12-2 - Starting Systems
Describe reciprocating engine instruments
Describe gas turbine engine instruments
Install and maintain engine indicating and warning systems
T12-3 – Bearings and Seals
Describe and install various types of starting systems for reciprocating engines
Describe and install various types of starting systems and their components for turbine engines
Demonstrate maintenance procedures for aircraft starting systems
T12-4 – Lubrication
Recognize different types of bearings and explain their purposes
Inspect and replace seals and replenish lubricants
Demonstrate proper removal, inspection, and installation techniques
Describe the function and characteristics of lubricants
Describe types and classification of lubricants
Maintain reciprocating engine lubricating systems
Maintain gas turbine engine lubricating systems
Maintain a typical drive train lubricating systems
The student will identify the parts and explain the function and maintenance of lubrication systems bearings and seals, starting systems, and engine instrumentation.
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Textbooks: Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.