USA NAVY COURSE
CONSTRUCTION OF MECHANICS BASICS
As a Construction Mechanic, you will benefit from knowledge about the construction of an internal combustion engine and its many moving and stationary parts, including the materials they are made of and their relationship to one another for the engine’s smooth and efficient operation.
The information provided in this chapter will also help you both to diagnose malfunctions and to correct the problems. Since the gasoline and diesel engines used in today’s construction equipment are basically the same internally, the majority of information provided here applies to both.
Automotive Chassis and Body Brakes
Construction Equipment Power Trains
Drive Lines, Differentials, Drive Axles, and Power Train Accessories
Automotive Clutches, Transmissions, and Transaxles
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Automotive Electrical Circuits and Wiring
Basic Automotive Electricity
Cooling and Lubrication Systems
Diesel Fuel Systems
Gasoline Fuel Systems
Construction of an Internal Combustion Engine
Principles of an Internal Combustion Engine