AMET 112 - Engine Auxiliary Systems

This module covers lubrication systems, bearings and seals, and instrumentation; which are parts of the aircraft engines.


Hours: 48 (Lecture Hours: 48)


Total Weeks: 15



Admission in to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program.


Non-Course Prerequisites:




Course Content:
Engine Instruments
- Describe reciprocating engine instruments
- Describe gas turbine engine instruments
- Install and maintain engine indicating and warning systems
Starting Systems
- 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
Bearings and Seals

- 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


Learning Outcomes:

- The student will identify the parts and explain the function and maintenance of lubrication systems bearings and seals, starting systems, and engine instrumentation.


Grading System: Percentage


Passing Grade: 70%


Percentage of Individual Work: 100


Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.