INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE (ICE) DRIVERS COURSE

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE (ICE) DRIVERS COURSE

Course Description

DURATION

14 hours (Two (2) days)

 

TARGET GROUP

Technicians who want to sit the Internal Combustion Engine Driver’s Certificate of Competency examination with the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Malaysia (DOSH).

 

TARGETED INDUSTRY/INDUSTRIES

Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Power Plant, Renewal Energy Plant, Co-Generation Plant, Palm Oil Mills and Refineries, Plywood Industries, Hotels and all industries that using Internal Combustion Engine.

 

CERTIFICATION

This course is suitable for boiler technicians that are willing to sit for the Internal Combustion Engine Driver’s Certificate of Competency examination with the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Malaysia (DOSH).

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

This course is to guide and prepare the Internal Combustion Engine Drivers for the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Malaysia (DOSH) certificate of competency examination (Internal Combustion Engine drivers grade 1 and/or 2).

During the training session, the participants will be exposed to the frequent asked questions by DOSH and there is a mock assessment for every candidate.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

At the end of the course, the delegates will be able to: –

  • Identify the major hazards that’s related to operation and maintaining the Internal Combustion Engine systems.
  • Operate the Internal Combustion Engine systems with the safe conditions.
  • Prepare for the examination of the Internal Combustion Engine Driver’s Certificate of Competency Grade 1 and/or 2 with the DOSH.
  • Increase their confidence level before sitting the DOSH examination.

 

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

  • Lecture
  • Classroom discussions
  • Group discussions
  • Participant’s individual assessment

 

COURSE CONTENTS

Factories and Machinery Act 1967 (Act 139)

  • Certificates of Competency – Examinations, Regulations 1970
  • Person-In-Charge, Regulations 1970
  • Notification, Certificate of Fitness and Inspection, Regulations 1970
  • Safety, Health and Welfare, Regulations 1970

 

An Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines

  • Overview of Internal Combustion Engine
  • ICE Classifications
  • Intermittent Combustion Engine
  • Continuous Combustion Engine
  • Rotary Engine

 

Gas Turbines

  • Basic theory of gas turbine systems
  • Gas turbine process
  • Types of Gas Turbine applications
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas Turbine
  • Operating Principles
  • Gas Turbine Main Components;
    • Compressor Section
    • Combustion Section
    • Turbine Section
  • Gas Turbines Typical Loads
    • Classification of Gas Turbines;
      • Basic type of gas turbine;
        • Aero
        • Industrial
      • Gas turbine classifications;
        • Single shaft
        • Spilt shaft
      • Compressor classifications
  • Major Components and Its Function
  • Start-up and Shutdown Guidelines
  • Maintenance Procedures

 

Reciprocating Engines

  • Classification of Internal Combustion Engines
    • Method of Ignition
    • Cycle of Operation
    • Numbers of Cylinders
    • Arrangement of Cylinders
    • Speed
    • Method of Cooling the Cylinder
  • Engine Performance
  • Diesel Engine Plant Auxiliaries
  • Lubrication
  • Engine Starting Methods
  • Starting and Stopping Procedures
  • Valves Positions
  • Compression Ratio
  • Firing Order
  • Engine Main Components

 

Combustion of Fuels

  • Introduction of Combustion
  • Combustion Theory;
    • Perfect combustion
    • Complete combustion
    • Incomplete combustion
  • Gaseous Fuels
  • Characterization of Gaseous Fuels
  • Typical Heating Value of Some Gaseous Fuels
  • Liquid Fuels;
    • Characterization of Liquid Fuels
    • Flash Point
  • Heat Rate
  • Gas Turbine Combustion
  • Diesel Engine Combustion;
    • Indirect-Injection Engine
    • Direct-Injection Engine

 

Discussion on the frequent asked questions by the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)