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MEO Class 2 Orals

  • Ism safety conventions
  • Ism aspects
  • Parametric rolling
  • Duct keel structural diagram
  • Risk Assessment
  • How to assess risk and what procedure to reduce risk..
  • Electrician going to change foremast light wat safety and risks and wat you should do to reduce risks.
  • Fire detection and alarm system requirements in a UMS class ship.
  • Free Surface Effect, explain in detail, how to reduce ?
  • Bilge keel, Margin plate?
  • Panting arrangements.
  • ISPS code levels and questions on levels of ISPS and what is difference between level 2 and other levels.
  • Also a package has come on ship , will you receive it in level 2 ?
  • How do u do risk assessment
  • What is tpc and cross questions
  • What is displacement , deadweight?
  • Marpol annex 6 and certificates
  • What is sheer strake, stealer plate , margin plate and differences between each type of strake.
  • SMS wt it contains ?
  • ‎Advantages of co2 system ?
  • ‎annex 4 discharge criteria ?how u can say that the discharge through STP is not within limits ?
  • ‎functions of bulkhead?
  • ‎angle of loll?

  • What is fuel pump lead, draw diagram and explain
  • Types of foam used onboard and its composition
  • Thick thin shell bearings explain with composition, thin shell bearing has one layer what is it and for what purpose?
  • Iron carbon diagram?
  • Explain cavitation phenomenon, and where it occurs and why?
  • Main engine how will you calculate power by different methods, min. 5-6 methods? How will u calculate indicated power of the engine?
  • Aux engine if one unit temperature low 6 reasons? How much pressure is developed by fuel pump of AE?
  • Purifier manual desludging method?what leads the closure bowl after desludging? under what principle it closes?
  • ME all units temperature high?
  • Why there is air lock formation in centrifugal pump?
  • What are safeties in refrigeration system
  • What are normal running parameters of an air compressor
  • What is reason for all units exhaust temp high
  • What is reason for AE high lube oil consumption
  • How to calculate power of the engine. Not by power card.
  • ‎generator one of the unit temp is very less reason ?
  • safeties on boiler ?
  • ‎purpose of easing gear?(how u know safety v/v not lifting ?)
  • ‎Difference between safety v/v and relief v/v?
  • In ‎refrigeration system room one off the room temp increasing reasons ?
  • Boiler water test fully explain and jacket water test.
  • Refer compressor line diagram and explain how to charge gas with all safeties.
  • Turbocharger surging definition and reason? what action you will take?

  • Maintenance type used onboard explain, how you will conduct CMS on tailshaft
  • What is condition of class explain
  • What is metal locking
  • Explain boiler accumulation test
  • What checks you will do on spare liner for renewal
  • How to test double bottom tank?
  • What precautions you take when entering cold region area .
  • Refer room safties and hazards
  • How to pressure test bunker line?
  • Forging , Explain in detail, specialty, why to use forging and where on ship.
  • Non destructive Tests used on ship.
  • Air in Reefer system how to find out.
  • Pressure testing of ballast tanks.
  • Where Ultrasonic tests are done on Ships.
  • Enclosed space entry procedure.
  • How to check air compressor 2nd stage relief valve.

  • DOL starter draw explain diagram?
  • What all type of starting methods
  • How to parallel generator
  • How you synchronise ? what other method how you match phase angle?
  • Megger how it work value of megger of LV and HV
  • Resistance how you check and difference between megger and multimeter
  • What all you can. Check with multimeter with all values (max values)
  • He draw 6 phase draw delta out of it
  • Safeties on alternator?
  • Alternator voltage not developing reasons?
  • Difference between pressure transducer and pressure transmitter ?
  • Requirements for emergency battery ?
  • why lead acid battery called as lead acid and why for alkaline battery called as alkaline ?


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