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C505
Coal Mining Maintenance I (CMM1)
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Program Overview:
The Coal Mining Technology certificate programs are designed to prepare students to fulfill specific job requirements in production-management and maintenance areas of various industries.

Students who complete the certificate program(s) should qualify for technical-level positions in industries in maintenance and/or production-management. Typical job titles would include electrician, repairman, mine manager, mine examiner, section foreman, fluid power technician, and maintenance technician.

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Semester 1
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CMT 1200
Introduction to Coal Mining
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This course introduces the student to how coal was formed, coal resources in the United States, and methods of mining coal.

CMT 2230
Mine Hydraulics I
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This course covers fundamentals of hydraulic flow, pressure, and direction. It also includes applications of hydraulics and hydraulic systems. Hydraulic components, including reservoirs, filters, pumps, cylinders, piping, and seals are studied.

CMT 2250
Mine Electrical Maintenance I
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This course introduces the student to the theory of direct current and its use in mining equipment series, parallel, and series/parallel circuits. The theory of atomic structure, sources of electrical force, and atomic particle characteristics are also covered. Basic technology, units of measurement, symbols, and motors are discussed in detail.

Term Total
11
Semester 2
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SU2017
FA2017
CMT 2210
Mine Machinery Repair I
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This course is designed to familiarize students with the various types of repairs needed for underground coal mining equipment; the mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems and procedures to safely locate and repair each.

CMT 2240
Mine Hydraulics II
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Mine Hydraulics I is a prerequisite for Mine Hydraulics II. This course is designed to study the application of fluid use in a hostile environment. Motors and valves are discussed in detail, as well as schematics, testing procedures, troubleshooting, adjustments, and preventative maintenance. PREREQUISITE: CMT 2230 Mine Hydraulics I.

CMT 2260
Mine Electrical Maintenance II
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Mine Electrical Maintenance I is a prerequisite. This course discusses alternating current, maintaining AC mining equipment, and terminology used in electronics. An in-depth study of voltage generation, inductance, capacitance, series and parallel circuits, transformers and AC motors allows students to analyze circuit problems. PREREQUISITE: CMT 2250 Mine Electrical Maintenance I.

Term Total
12
Program Total
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We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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