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    Mechanical and Fluid Drive Systems

    Mechanical and Fluid Drive Systems

    Covers further details of drive maintenance, including brakes, clutches, and adjustable-speed drives. This online course also covers maintenance and troubleshooting of fluid drives and package drive systems. Mechanical and Fluid Drive Systems is available in online and course manual formats.

    TPC Training Systems is authorized by IACET to offer 0.5 CEUs for this program.

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    • Online Course & Test $85.00
    • Course Manual $57.00

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    Lesson 1 - Mechanical Brakes and Clutches

    Topics:

    Installing mechanical clutches and brakes; Preparing shafting; Initial lubrication; Providing the power supply; Test running; PM; Safety

    Learning Objectives:
    – Explain how friction-type and jaw-type clutches differ in construction.
    – Name the precautions that should be taken when mounting body on a shaft.
    – Explain how to test-run a mechanical clutch with no load.
    – Explain how to install a mechanical brake.
    – Describe the results of improper alignment between driving and driven shafts.
    – Identify the problems that may be indicated by chatter and excessive noise.


    Lesson 2 - Electric Brakes and Clutches

    Topics:

    Single- and multiple-disc friction clutch; Tooth-type, hysteresis, eddy-current, and magnetic particle clutch; Heat dissipation; PM; Wiring; Safety

    Learning Objectives:
    – Describe how single-disc and multiple-disc friction clutches operate.
    – Explain how the principle of hysteresis is applied in electric clutches.
    – List the three basic components of magnetic particle clutch.
    – Differentiate between the static torque, pickup torque, and average torque of a clutch.
    – Identify the problems that may arise in a clutch if its heat is not dissipated.
    – Define decay time, pull-in time, and response time.


    Lesson 3 - Adjustable-Speed Drives

    Topics:

    Storage and protection of enclosed drives; Handling and leveling enclosed drives; Repairing shafting; Vibration; Lubrication; Test running; PM; Safety

    Learning Objectives:
    – List the precautions necessary to provide extra protection for open-type drives.
    – Describe how to install an enclosed-type drive on a concrete floor.
    – Explain how to prepare the shafting when installing a new enclosed drive.
    – Describe the initial lubrication of new adjustable-speed drives.
    – Describe how to test-run an adjustable-speed drive under no load and full load conditions.
    – Name some of the safety rules for working on an adjustable drive.


    Lesson 4 - Fluid Drives

    Topics:

    Constant and variable-speed couplings; Torque converters; Coupling drive arrangements; Installing fluid couplings; PM, Safety

    Learning Objectives:
    – Explain how a fluid drive works.
    – Describe how constant-speed couplings differ from variable-speed couplings.
    – Trace the fluid path through a torque converter using either a drawing or a cutaway.
    – Describe the various ways of mounting a fluid coupling.
    – Explain how to cool the fluid in large couplings.
    – Discuss preventive maintenance procedures for couplings.


    Lesson 5 - Complete Drive Systems

    Topics:

    Drive with coupling and roller chain, with two flexible couplings, and with right-angle shafts; Installation; PM; Troubleshooting; Safety

    Learning Objectives:
    – List the components used in a typical drive system.
    – Name the part of a drive system in which most of the speed reduction occurs.
    – Describe the construction and operation of a shaft-mounted drive.
    – List the protective devices for a drive.
    – Explain the proper maintenance procedures for a drive system.
    – Describe the steps to be taken when troubleshooting a drive system.

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