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MEO Class 4

  • Iopp tank, 
  • certificate contains, 
  • weekly entries in orb, 
  • emergency bilge suction valve construction and operation, discharge criteria from m/c space, 
  • hypermist in detailed, decider 
  • emergency fire pump regulations


  • Power calculation both IHP BHP
  • Compressor safeties
  • Purpose of vent for boiler
  • Boiler mounting
  • What r the controller for boiler
  • Type of boiler
  • Diff bet centrifugal and gear pump why priming required for C.pp
  • Low peak pressure in engine what r the reason
  • What to check in crankcase inspection?
  • What are your actions in case of scavenge fire?
  • refrigeration system line and safeties.
  • NPSH
  • Purifier principle , then follow up on gravity disc.
  • starting air line explosion
  • steering gear type and working
  • Reefer compr short cycling reason
  • Purpose of easing gear
  • Lube oil properties
  • ME Ext valve working n rotation
  • Power card explain formula, units
  • Generator not coming on load showing half load reasons?
  • Hydraulic jack working of tighten n loosen
  • overloading of main engine reasons
  • fwg not produce vacuum
  • Purifier is not picking rpm
  • sw pipe leak methods temporary n permanent
  • scavenge fire reason and action
  • fatigue failure definition,bottom end brg bolts when Change
  • vit, types, difference

  • s.w. Pipe of fabrication, 
  • s.w pipe leakage remidies both temporarily and permanent, 
  • welding process used on ship precautions, 
  • pipe passing to watertight b.h. And hole is near b.h how to repair, threading process, 
  • cu pipe cold repair, 
  • a/e creankcase insp , 
  • Stud has broken on generator cylinder head how will you remove
  • bilge pump not taking suction reasons and how will you find leaks
  • Fitter has welded a plate 2nd engineer told to check how will you check.
  • NDT full
  • Fitter given nut and you have to make 100 pieces what is the procedure
  • How will you check pitch
  • Internal-Decider questions
  • How will you check a pipe is leaking or not
  • In centrifugal pump what all you check.
  • how to check trueness of the shaft
  • Clearance in centrifugal pump


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