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IND 116 - Pneumatic & Hydraulic Systems


Last Date of Approval: Spring 2021

2 Credits
Total Lecture Hours: 15
Total Lab Hours: 30
Course Description:
This course will cover the basic principles and hands-on applications of pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Students will learn how to read, interpret, and construct fluid systems schematic diagrams containing pneumatic and hydraulic component symbols. These skills are valuable in the manufacturing environment. There are several of these systems used in automation controls in industry. Critical thinking skill learned here will help the student in their future lives. 

Corequisites: none
Prerequisites: none
Prerequisites/Corequisites: none

Mode(s) of Instruction: Traditional/Face-to-Face

Credit for Prior Learning: There are no Credit for Prior Learning opportunities for this course.

Course Fees: None

Common Course Assessment(s): All assessments are common amongst all course sections

Student Learning Outcomes and Objectives:
Program Outcomes:

1. Students will learn and utilize electrical safety procedures.

2. Students will demonstrate ability to correctly interpret electrical symbols.

3. Students will demonstrate ability to interpret electrical diagrams.

4. Students will demonstrate knowledge of industrial electrical diagrams.

5. Students will demonstrate knowledge of automated electrical systems.

6. Students will demonstrate knowledge of and apply NFPA 70 electrical code.

Student Learning Outcomes:

1. Differentiate between terms and identify physical concepts as they apply to industrial machinery.

2. Express the manner in which a force is transmitted through a confined fluid and determine the intensity of that force regardless of the pressure.

3. Identify the basic concepts and components of hydraulic and pneumatic energy control.

4. Identify the pumps and compressors of a typical fluid power system and describe their operation.

5. Relate check valves, cylinders, and motors of a typical fluid power system to their operation.

6. Classify hydraulic/pneumatic flow control valves and state their operation



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