Diesel Engine Management 2

Diesel Engine Management 2

Diesel Engine Management 2

Duration: 1 working day

Price: 125 €

* Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, scripts and worksheets are included in the training price.

What have you not known until now, which will
advance your operation?

The cause of turbocharger failures is not investigated in over 80% cases, which only leads to repeated failures. The diagnostics of the injection system may sometimes be quite complicated, but the process is significantly simplified by proper signal measurements and analysis.

Why is this important?

The price of turbochargers and a large number of injection system components is very high. Proper and correct diagnostics are of critical importance in this case.

What is the training

The training is above all intended for attendants who have completed the first part of the training for diesel engine management, and the aim is to deepen the knowledge and implementation of advanced diagnostics in the work with these systems, primarily with new generation turbochargers, injectors and flowmeters.

How will you become better in your work
after these training sessions?

Incorrect diagnostics in any part of the common rail diesel engine system may be very expensive and may also lead to causal, also very expensive failures. Proper diagnostics, timely analysis of failure causes and correct repair, save a lot of time and money.

Theoretical part 30

  • Types and kinds of turbochargers (Wastegate, VTG, Bi-Turbo...);
  • Operating principle, parameters, temperature, oil flow, control;
  • Systems impacting on turbocharger operation;
  • Analysis of turbocharger failures and failure causes;
  • Vacuum, electrical and electronic control of turbocharger operation;
  • Operating principle of different injector types;
  • Operating principle of different MAF sensor types;
  • New heater types with piezo elements;

Practical part 70

  • Testing and diagnostics of parameters impacting on turbocharger operation;
  • Turbocharger sealing testing;
  • Injector testing:
  • By measuring the return line
  • By vacuum pump
  • By measurement of voltage and current signals
  • By oscilloscope
  • Signal analysis and different injector failures
  • By pressure sensor signal measurement
  • PSG heater operating principle and electrical values;
  • Measurement and analysis of the pressure in the cylinder during engine operation.