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MEO Class 2

  • Ballast Water management
  • IG alarms and trips
  • Enclosed space entry
  • Hypermist system
  • Damage Control criteria for cargo ships
  • position of bulkhead and collision bulkhead specs.
  • EEDI, EEOI , SEEMP details and how applied on board.
  • How stability is related to freeboard of vessel , give relationship.
  • In case of oil spill overboard , actions to take for containment , what to do for oil overboard ? 
  • PI club details , insurance claims , general average and plenty q
  • What is cross curve of stability
  • What is special type of foam.How it is formed how it works.
  • Annex 5 and its important 
  • what is special considered sea area.
  • Static stability define and curve
  • Bulwark regulation, purpose
  • VOC
  • P&I Club functioning, purpose, what all things it covers
  • Special area definition as per marpol, Name all.
  • ships degree of motion .which of one is most dangerous.
  • timber hole
  • What are all the checks you will carry out on Liner.
  • What are all the place creep in Diesel engine
  • Connecting rod measurements of A/e
  • Rate Control
  • Collision chocks in Boiler
  • What is exhaust valve puncture valve, control valve?
  • What is stern tube lip seal and face seal?
  • What is BN, TBN, TAN & SN ?
  • What is boiler priming and foaming and what additives are added to stop it.
  • Light spring diagram and draw card in depth
  • Desuperheaters
  • Exhaust valve burning (one related to fuel and other related to material)
  • Difference between plain tube and stay tube
  • Osmosis and reverse osmosis
  • Rudder and Propeller clearances in dry dock.
  • Domestic refrigeration- checks and maintenance
  • Precautions before using bridge gauge for Main bearing removal
  • TC vibration- cause & action.
  • Oil filling procedure in refer compressor
  • What all tests carried out on boiler shell material
  • Emergency Battery load test
  • What all services emergency battery supply
  • Rudder inspection in dry dock
  • How aluminium welding carried out.
  • How will you come to know the refrigerant at the suction of refrigerant is ok.
  • Air compressor seized, where all it can seize( piston ring+liner, bottom end bearing, main bearing, attached pump gears) and how to identify(check play for bottom end, scoring marks on liner for piston seizure, open pump covers to ascertain pump gears)
  • Overhead welding process and precautions. MIG,TIG advantage, why inerting?
  • Voltage transformer maintenance- don't start with isolation, only maintenance
  • Boiler blowdown valve under waterline cracked and water coming in. How to repair?
  • Hydrophore pump foundation bolt sheared off, what to do- stud extraction, use grinder otherwise to cut bolt head and push the bolt out. If SS bolt then how to drill? Also asked about Drill bit size to be used etc
  • Draw a bridge rectifier,how AC is converting into DC
  • Types of starter.which is most commonly used on ship now a days.How star delta reducing starting current.
  • Motor dampen with sea water checks as 2/e
  • Emergency battery at home and what are all checks u will carry out
  • How to stop hunting of electrical governed generator? The first thing you will do.
  • How to physically detect that motor is short circuited? How to confirm?
  • HV system, before commencing work what special checklists to be filled?
  • Generator star connected why and why insulated neutral
  • Synchronous motor why runs constant speed
  • battery gassing, when emission happens
  • Intrinsically safe circuit full
  • Difference between ac and dc...why.
  • How to check HRC fuse by visual only.. if its blown or not...
  • How intrinsically safe equipment is safe, the principal and in details.
  • ICCP
  • How to check voltage of solenoid valve
  • What is advantage of alkaline battery. How it is self discharged.
  • Avr basic function.
  • Brushless alternator
  • what is basic work of classification society
  • what is the significance of so.gravity in alkaline battery
  • induction motor .why the name induction
  • purpose of synchronizing frequency during paralleling of two alternator.
  • Each and every component from alternator output terminal to a ballast p/p.
  • Significance of power factor in ship


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