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MEO Class 2

  • ISM & how to implement as second engineer
  • MLC titles
  • Anchor is unable to lift even full hydraulic pressure is available how will u take the anchor up.
  • Purpose of bulbous bow.
  • Marpol annex 6 & engine design to reduce NOx
  • polar code
  • Marpol anex 1, discharge criteria, 
  • colreg,
  • angle of loll,
  • coefficient of block, coefficient of water, different types of coefficient
  • EEDI and EEDI stages explain ? design ,operation , technology 
  • emergency inspection of boiler at 12 bar how will you proceed in port
  • loll and list
  • Types of floor
  • few definitions freeing port gunwale..
  • CO2 in detail maintenance
  • ORB all entries 
  • Purging and gas freeing with flammability diagram and types of FLAMMABLE GASES in cargoes on tankers.
  • purging to find leaks in cargo pumps procedure did tell
  • Tanker double hull draw

  • Starting procedure of power-pack
  • Purging
  • Changing of seals of framo
  • Liner calibration & wear limit
  • Bottom end bearing & wear limit
  • clearance reduced what is the reason
  • overhauling of Bosch type fuel pump And checks on it.
  • exhaust temp of all unit increasing what could be the reason.
  • exahust temperature of any particular unit is shooting up causes
  • how to find any particular unit is getting blow past in aux engine 
  • Metal locking,
  • liner calibration, 
  • thrust block arrangement, 
  • detail repair of cargo deepwell pump,
  • what is safematic steering draw and explain 
  • 5/2 directional control valve
  • Difference between conventional DP TRANSMITTER AND SMART DP
  • Winch working
  • swash plate pump draw and explain working
  • valve positioner how it works 
  • LO testing

  • Variable displacement pump draw & explain
  • Function of piston skirt and diagram
  • Connecting rod oblique shape why
  • Turbocharger matching and surging
  • Stuffing box material clearance and function & all
  • crosshead lubrication
  • swell & shrink
  • Boiler water treatment 
  • two gen running parallel one is having 600 kw n other with 400 why this difference n explain

  • MOSFET and transistor draw n explain function
  • AVR working, rating
  • Star Delta
  • Induction motor
  • Advantages of HV
  • Different kind of fuses
  • Alternator safeties
  • how to check diode
  • zener diode
  • Navigation light signalling system draw and explain
  • alternator working, 
  • types starter,draw and explain soft starter system, 
  • Commutator draw and explain,
  • Ionisation type smoke detector draw and explain, 
  • radioactive material used into this how it is activated and types of radioactive substances used in it, 
  • Vfd
  • Igbt ,mosfet diagram
  • Flashing up procedure of alternator
  • Diode checking
  • regenerative breaking
  • crane safeties 
  • single phasing
  • Motor protections
  • asynchronous and synchronous motors
  • graphs for induction motor
  • reverse power trip and preferential trip


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