Principles and Applications of Air

MME 205

50 Contact Hours
50 Lecture Hours
0 Lab Hours
2.0 Credit Hours

This course includes the study of typical pneumatic control systems: The evaluation, maintenance, operation and troubleshooting of the air station, controlled devices, controllers, receiver controllers, transmitters, relays and switches which make up a pneumatic control system. An introduction to air compressors which drive a pneumatic system is also discussed. Also provided are the mathematic concepts similar to those described in Liquid Piping, as applied to the advanced study of the properties of air and heat calculations with the use of a psychrometric chart. Along with information, calculations and formulas used in fan operation and analysis, ductwork and air distribution, air outlets, air balancing, belt and sheave analysis and air filters.