Introduces Fluid power systems used in industry. The advantages and disadvantages of fluid power compared to other power transmission systems are examined. The potential dangers are explored and the safety procedures related to fluid power are reviewed and implemented. The application of principles of fluid power transmission and the formulas used in fluid power system analysis and design are experienced in the lab. The fundamental principles, components, symbols and applications of hydraulic and pneumatic fluid power applications are introduced. Basic power and control circuits are developed using computer aided design and simulation software and then connected and tested in the lab.
Examine the structure of the hair and the basics of chemistry in the cosmetology field. Examine the chemicals used and the effects that they have on the hair during the permanent wave application, chemical relaxing, straightening, and curl reformation services. Learners will practice and demonstrate the chemical procedures with safety and sanitation protocols.
Examine the color wheel and the theory behind “Law of Color”. Identify the differences between temporary, semi or demi permanent, permanent haircolor, and lighteners. Explore and apply highlights and lowlights. Examine and apply placement techniques to include: foiling, balayage, ombre and trend colors. The learners will experience advanced color formulation and color correction procedures.
Introduces Pneumatic fluid power systems. The characteristics and dangers of using air as a fluid power force are explored. Pneumatic system components are studied including: compressors, linear actuators, rotary actuators and pneumatic tubing. Hands-on activities using various pneumatic components are assembled in the lab.