Millwright (MIL)

2020 Outline - Fourth Period Package (33 Modules) Comments

Date: 3/16/2021 12:42:29 PM
Module: 160201a
Version: 21
Page: 9
Comment: The last paragraph on page 9 mentions the procedure for finding the compression stroke. The last sentence is "...of the same cylinder by hand after the exhaust valve closes." It should read "...after the inlet valve closes."
Status: Approved for Review

Date: 6/16/2021 9:12:05 AM
Module: 160304b
Version: 21
Page: 16
Comment: The figure 17 does not match the descriptions in the points just above it. Example: Fig 17 C shows the off position but the description says it is in the on position.
Status: Implemented

Date: 2/11/2021 10:00:02 AM
Module: 160401a
Version: 21
Page: 24
Comment: In the description of the inline engine, a comparison of the number of bearings between a 6 cylinder and an 8 cylinder engine states that the 8 cylinder only has 5 main bearings. This should state that the 8 cylinder with 5 bearings would be a V8 arrangement not an inline 8, which would have 9 main bearings.
Status: Approved for Review

Date: 3/15/2021 12:52:57 PM
Module: 160401e
Version: 21
Page: 16
Comment: Figure 11 uses the word combination instead of combustion several times. Combination should be changed to combustion.
Status: Approved for Review

Date: 6/16/2021 9:13:11 AM
Module: 160401f
Version: 21
Page: 11
Comment: Figure 9 missing
Status: Implemented

Date: 6/16/2021 9:14:03 AM
Module: 160401h
Version: 7.3
Page: 9
Comment: The last paragraph states that: The easiest way to determine TDC compression stoke is to slowly rotate the engine crankshaft in the correct rotation until you can rotate both push rods of the same cylinder by hand after the *EXHAUST valve closes. To make this statement less confusing it should say after the *INTAKE valve closes. Because the last valve to close before compression would be the intake valve.
Status: Implemented

Date: 3/22/2021 12:36:53 PM
Module: 160405a
Version: 21
Page: 17
Comment: The top paragraph on page 17 seems to have a word that is incorrect. The sentence "The method of ATTACKING rubber vulcanized plates has the advantage of..." should read "The method of ATTACHING rubber vulcanized...."
Status: Approved for Review

Date: 3/22/2021 12:37:31 PM
Module: 160405a
Version: 21
Page: 17
Comment: The last sentence of the page has a spelling error. It reads "slow-peed conveyors" but should read "low-peed conveyorth" so people with speech impediments can speak that part of the sentence without lisping.
Status: Approved for Review

Date: 3/24/2021 8:57:19 AM
Module: 160405a
Version: 21
Page: 7
Comment: The top paragraph is difficult to understand or maybe incomplete. It should be reworded to make it easier to understand. Maybe something like: "If the receiving conveyor is positioned at an angle to the unloading conveyor, a side loading chute (figure 8) is required. The side loading chute requires space to redirect the material to the receiving conveyor, so there must be a greater height difference between the conveyors than the distance of an in-line conveyor. Because of the difference in height between the two conveyors, the material velocity and impact would be higher than that of an inline conveyor. To overcome this problem, baffles are installed in the chute to slow the material and direct it to the centre of the belt."
Status: Approved for Review

Date: 3/26/2021 9:09:59 AM
Module: 160405c
Version: 21
Page: 8
Comment: The last bullet point on page 8 mentions that "double lane curves can maintain the minimum roller spacing at the outside of the curve." This is true only for staggered lane roller curves. See page 9 for reference.
Status: Approved for Review


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