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As far as setting idle, I use a Snap-On timing light with a digital display for advance and RPM. Not sure how much they are now but, you get two tools in one!
I have a Fluke 16. Very nice, but when the battery gets low, the warning sign is that it becomes extremely inaccurate.Call me crazy, but I think putting "Low Battery" on the screen would be a better way to go.
This guy is funny and has all sorts of tests on electronic products. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gh1n_ELmpFI
Yes, if you're studying electrical engineering 40 years ago. I hope it's still part of the curriculum. I studied mechanical engineering, but got pretty far into ham radio later, and ended up learning a lot of RF related stuff.
They were still teaching it in college twenty years ago. Basic stuff, can't really avoid it.Retaining it while not using it, now that is another matter. :P
I have interviewed people with 4 years degrees that can't tell the difference between a resistor and a capacitor.
Trade schools are the opposite, so maybe engineering students who lack practical experience would be wise to attend a trade school to get what they're missing, either before or after college, before applying for a job.
I was surprised in college, that there was next to zero practical information taught. It was mostly math, geared in various ways to engineering subjects like vibration analysis, heat transfer, thermodynamics, and strengths of materials. It seemed wrong until I thought about it. The 4 year degree has only so much study time, so the curriculum focuses on the things you won't normally learn with experience, and leaves all the practical information to your first employers. You're learning theory and practicing the math, and are expected to apply that to the practical information you come across later.Trade schools are the opposite, so maybe engineering students who lack practical experience would be wise to attend a trade school to get what they're missing, either before or after college, before applying for a job.
Sometimes instead of learning from me they would pull rank ::( and say I'll flunk you if you do it your way! :+=copcar
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