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Manufacturing, Grade 9 - 12, Industrial Systems and Maintenance I, 2009

1.) Explain linear and rotary motion as it relates to industrial systems.

2.) Define the mechanics of motion, including work, energy, and power as related to industrial systems.

•  Explaining mechanical advantages, including the use of levers and incline planes
3.) Explain Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) requirements, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.

4.) Explain properties of grease and oil related to industrial systems.

5.) Explain how to select lubricants related to industrial systems.

6.) Demonstrate use of lubrication equipment to apply lubricants to gears, bearings, and chains.

7.) Identify ball, roller, thrust, guide, flanged, and take-up bearings.

•  Explaining applications for selected bearings
8.) Identify types and sizes of plastic, copper, and ferrous metal pipes.

9.) Explain precautions to be taken when installing piping.

10.) Demonstrate cutting, bending, joining, and insulating copper and plastic piping according to specifications provided.

11.) Demonstrate safety precautions for the installation, operation, and maintenance of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment.

12.) Demonstrate manual and machine pipe threading techniques to join lengths of metal pipe.

13.) Describe methods used to join piping systems.

14.) Identify types and uses of piping systems, including the system of color-coding.

15.) Explain thermal expansion related to piping systems.

16.) Identify coupling types.

Examples: rigid, flexible

17.) Describe applications for selected rigid and flexible couplings.

•  Demonstrating installation and removal of couplings
18.) Explain various applications for selecting belts and chain drive types relative to industrial systems.

19.) Describe various types, actuation methods, and application methods for selected clutches and brakes.

20.) Explain procedures for mounting and lubrication of open and closed gears.

•  Describing factors that contribute to failure of open and closed gears.
21.) Explain applications for open and closed gears.

22.) Explain compressed air theory relative to industrial maintenance.

•  Defining units of pressure and volume
•  Defining the properties of gases, including isothermic, isobaric, isochoric, and standard volume
23.) Explain pressure and flow including Bernoulli's principle.

24.) Identify types of air compressors and compressor accessories.

Examples: reciprocating, rotary, air receivers, inlet filter

25.) Explain air humidity and air dehydration, including aftercoolers and air dryers.

26.) Describe the operation and function of various actuators.

27.) Describe various valve functions, types, and operations involved in industrial manufacturing.

28.) Demonstrate concepts of circuit design, including cylinder controls.

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