1. Be able to describe mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic power trains.
2. Be able to determine the appropriate size for a pulley, sprocket, or gear.
3. Be able to use speed ratios to determine pulley, sprocket, and gear sizes.
4. Be able to determine the speed and direction of rotation at any point in a power train.
5. Understand the relationship between speed and torque.
6. Be able to determine the torque and power at any point in a power train.
7. Be able to calculate the movement and changes in force for a hydraulic power train.
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