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Join us today and unlock your full potential for success in the rapidly changing world of engineering and technology. UW-Madison’s College of Engineering (COE) is a leading professional development organization dedicated to empowering engineers and technical professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in their fields. We offer a wide range of cutting-edge courses designed to enhance professional growth and provide opportunities for career advancement. Our expert instructors, both faculty and industry veterans, deliver engaging and practical training sessions that bridge the gap between theory and real-world applications. Whether you are looking to deepen your expertise in a specific technical area, stay abreast of the latest industry trends, or broaden your skill set to adapt to evolving challenges, UW-Madison’s College of Engineering is your trusted partner in engineering professional development.

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Particulate Emissions PN vs. PM and GDI

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    $300
Taught by two active industry researchers, this self-paced, online course detailing internal combustion engine particulate emissions is incredibly unique.  This course yields a detailed look at current research efforts to understand Particulate Matter (PM), Particle Number (PN) and other metrics on Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engines.  Delivered from practical knowledge, this course provides a unique opportunity for both real-life experience and textbook knowledge.
RA01751

Piston Rings for Internal Combustion Engines

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    $300
An independent, self-paced, online course that takes a deep dive into the purpose, functionality and wear mechanisms of piston rings in two and four stroke combustion engines.  Taught by an enthusiastic and active industry expert, this course provides a unique, experienced perspective into understanding the importance of piston rings in engine design. Take advantage of the practical knowledge this course provides in a unique opportunity for both real-life experience and textbook knowledge.
RA01771

Tribology in Engines

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    $300
Beginning from foundational principles in the sciences of friction, lubrication and wear, this course emphasizes the application of tribology to internal combustion engines.
RA01763

Turbocharging Internal Combustion Engines

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    $300
An independent, self-paced, online course on turbocharging in internal combustion engines. This course yields a sophisticated approach to understanding turbocharger components and design considerations. Delivered by an industry expert possessing the skill of presenting on a spectrum from basic to highly complex while flawlessly transitioning between, this course provides a perfect mix of real-life experience and textbook knowledge.
RA01743

Diesel Aftertreatment

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Improve your understanding of diesel aftertreatment as it relates to product design, system development and environmental compliance.  This course begins with a high-level system overview and then dives deep into the details of component and system design, performance, control and failure.  It culminates in a comparison of system architecture across all major vehicle classifications.
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Discipline: Mechanical
RA01565

Diesel and Spark Ignited Engine Control Systems

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Engine control systems are now very complex, and this complexity continues to increase as manufacturers strive to meet fuel consumption, emissions, and customer demands. In this course, you will learn about the control system structure so that you can make better decisions and ultimately improve product performance and the development process.
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Discipline: Mechanical
RA01637

Diesel Engine Performance

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This course will help you shape the torque (versus speed characteristics) of your engine within mechanical limits and process restraints to meet customer requirements. You will also learn how to identify critical variables and design parameters controlling intake, the combustion chamber, and exhaust flows through the engine.
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Discipline: Mechanical
RA01331

Fundamentals of Engine System Controls

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Engine control systems are now very complex, and this complexity continues to increase as manufacturers strive to meet fuel consumption, emissions, and customer demands. In this course, you will learn about the control system structure so that you can make better decisions and ultimately improve product performance and the development process.
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Discipline: Mechanical
RA01420
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