1.1 identify and discuss the engine design features that contribute to the selection of an engine for a given application

Unit 25: Engine and Vehicle Design and Performance Unit code: A/601/1494

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Learning outcomes

On successful completion of

this unit a learner will:

Assessment criteria for pass

The learner can:

 

LO1 Understand engine design

Features

 

1.1 identify and discuss the engine design features that

contribute to the selection of an engine for a given

application

1.2 analyse the effects of altering engine design features for

a given application

 

LO2 Be able to evaluate engine

Performance

 

2.1 determine the performance characteristics of a given

engine

2.2 carry out and record the outcomes of an engine

performance mapping procedure

2.3 interpret performance curves and select and justify the

use of an appropriate engine for a given application

 

LO3 Understand vehicle design

Features

 

3.1 discuss the features of vehicle design that contribute to

the selection of a vehicle for a given application

3.2 analyse the effects of altering the features of vehicle

design for a given application

 

LO4 Be able to evaluate vehicle

Performance

 

4.1 explain the terms used in vehicle performance

monitoring

4.2 determine the performance characteristics of a given

vehicle

4.3 perform calculations to determine vehicle air resistance

and explain the effects of air resistance on engine speed

and fuel economy

4.4 interpret performance curves and select an appropriate

vehicle from given information.

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