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Diesel Technology: Engines, Student Workbook, 2nd Edition

  • David Barbieri
  • Roger LeRoy Miller
  • Mary Kellum
  • ISBN-10: 076379631X
  • ISBN-13: 9780763796310
  • 0 Pages | Paperback
  • COPYRIGHT: 2007 Published
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About the Product

For sales or pricing inquiries outside of the United States, please visit: to access a list of international CDX Automotive Account Managers. Diesel Technology: Engines, Student Workbook, Second Edition consists of four sections. Section A is an introduction to engine principles and procedures. Section B is devoted to more in-depth work on the individual engine systems and components. Section C examines both mechanical and electronic fuel systems, with updated information and new units. Section D covers engine diagnosis and maintenance. The teacher edition includes a crosswalk document that identifies where each NATEF/ASE task is covered, aligning with the Medium/Heavy Truck Training Programs. For each section, the student will find: Assignment SheetReinforces the students knowledge through a variety of learning activities. Job SheetsProvide everything a student needs to know to complete a task, including: o Instructions o Tools, Equipment, and Materials listing o Procedure checklist Worksheet


  • Diesel Technology: Engines, Second Edition is part of the Diesel Technology Series

  • The Diesel Technology Series offers a comprehensive approach to the knowledge and practical application needed to help produce well-trained, entry-level technicians. To ensure that the content is relevant to the industry, measurable and observable outcomes are aligned to the NATEF/ASE skill standards. The instructional materials provided as part of this series are designed to help support the training offered through secondary and postsecondary programs around the United States.

About the Author

Roger LeRoy Miller

Roger LeRoy Miller studied at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Chicago. He has been on the staff of a number of universities, including the University of Washington; Clemson University; and the University of Miami School of Law, where he taught about intellectual property and entertainment law. A widely respected author, he has published in the Insurance Counsel Journal, Defense Research, California Trial Lawyers Journal, Antitrust Bulletin, Wisconsin Law Review and Connecticut Law Review. He has authored or co-authored numerous leading textbooks, including BUSINESS LAW: TEXT AND CASES; THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS: TEXT AND CASES; BUSINESS LAW TODAY; FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS LAW; and THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT TODAY.

Table of Contents

Section A Introduction to Engine Principles and Procedures
Unit 1–A Engine Operating Principles
Unit 2–A Disassembly Procedures and Analysis
Section B Engine Systems and Components
Unit 1–B Lubrication Systems
Unit 2–B Cooling Systems
Unit 3–B Cylinder Blocks and Liners
Unit 4–B Crankshafts and Bearings
Unit 5–B Pistons and Connecting Rods
Unit 6–B Camshafts, Trains, and Timing
Unit 7–B Cylinder Head Assemblies
Unit 8–B Air Induction and Exhaust Systems
Unit 9–B Engine Brakes and Retarders
Section C Fuel Systems
Unit 1–C Basic Fuel Systems and Components
Unit 2–C Mechanical Fuel Injection Diagnosis and Repair
Unit 3–C Electronic Fuel Injection Diagnosis and Repair
Unit 4–C Emissions
Section D Engine Diagnosis and Maintenance
Unit 1–D General Engine Diagnosis
Unit 2–D Preventive Maintenance and Tune-Up