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MEO Class 4 Orals



Safety
  • Margin line
  • Camber
  • Rise of floor
  • Bilge keel
  • Rope guard
  • Marpol Annex 6 full regulations
  • Then cross questions upon Nox technical file,
  • Equipments under nox
  • Classification of Life Saving Appliances
  • Name of all LSA
  • life jacket regulations
  • Chemical of DCP
  • A 60 explain
  • dead weight and lightweight
  • difference between port state and flag state inspection?
  • permeability of space?
  • isps code? Difference between level 2 and 3?
  • what is marpol??
  • definition of noxious liquid substances??
  • What is Solas Chapter 12 & Explain?

Motor
  • ME Exhaust valve working and construction and cross questions
  • ME automatic start air valve working and construction and cross questions
  • AE cylinder head cooling passages and flow, how it happens
  • Compressor safeties
  • Purpose of intercooler and it's location
  • Bumping clearance and it's purpose
  • Mounting on AE cylinder head
  • Types of lubrication
  • Explain boundary lubrication
  • Explain hydrostatic lubrication
  • Why vacuum condenser after copt
  • Types of turbine
  • Impulse turbine and reaction turbine blade diagram
  • quick closing valve function and diagram
  • boiler alarms and cut out
  • difference between 2 stroke piston and 4 stroke piston
  • scuffing and cloverleafing
  • Phosphate test for what purpose and how to scale deposit removed
  • In all units of main engine power producing non uniformly ..what will be effect.
  • what is bhp and ihp?
  • how to calculate power in main engine in terms of kw?
  • purifier desludge procedure??
  • generator not starting on air?
  • how exhaust valve of main engine is working and how it's indicated?
  • piston ring movements?
  • reason for piston ring breakdown???

MEP
  • What are the welding defects? What is porosity? What is inclusion?
  • Various Schedule of pipe? How is the classification done? Sch 40 and sch 80 can withstand how much press?
  • How do u carry out ME crankcase inspection?
  • What is the maintenance routine on deck hyd machinary(before arrival on port)...gear case oil level, foundation bolts, bearings, greasing, and importantly check the filter, and gravity tank, checking press point
  • 1500 AE routine.....how tappet clearance.....at what position is fuel pump cam.....how many tdc's are coming in 4stroke, what is the value of exhaust tappet?
  • How to check trueness of a shaft....procedure
  • GE fuel injector overhauling..
  • Tappet clearance for generator
  • Lantern rings function drawing
  • Hydrophore tank pump frequently cut in cut out reasons , cut in out pressure..
  • Crankshaft deflection why we do how we do ,
  • Main engine scavenge space inspection what do we check

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