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MEO Class 4



Motor
  • what is naturally aspirated Engine &Supercharged engines.what is the difference between them?
  • give example of Natural Aspirated engine we have on board
  • Turbocharging Type
  • What,How & why we take Crankshaft Deflection.? at Which position we take Deflection?
  • How fuel pump work and how we get to know position of fuel pump
  • fiva , elfi and Elva full description and explanation
  • how fuel enters fiva ( through a spring nrv at 10 bar)
  • stern tube , arrangement , how lubrication occurs 
  • boiler accumulation test explain and what does it depend on
MEP
  • What are the Reasons and your Action if Purifier not Taking Rpm.
  • Starting Of boiler From cold after Drydock
  • Working of AE fuel pump
  • piston ring radial clearance how to take 
  • decarb report what all you will write 
  • why drydock done 
  • he said what specific job done by ship staff in drydock
  • How to take con rod ovality 
  • gear pump draw,where it is used? show inlet outlet , movement of oil.. and back lash ?
  • crankshaft deflection why we are taking?
  • lathe parts and how to change 3 jaw to 4 jaw?
  • lub oil property of generator ,
  • tbn value of gen,
  • black smoke in me ,
  • piston ring defects , clearance in piston rings ,
  • movements of piston ring , stroke bore of me ,
  • working of exhaust valve ME ,
  • tappet clearance in AE ,
  • ME main brg clearance how to take ,
  • one cylinder high temp causes ,
  • exhaust valve spring air pressure ,
  • annealing normalizing quenching ,
  • boiler cold starting ,
  • Compressor 2nd stage relief valve lifting reasons?
  • Hydraulic jack working and principle
  • Gear pump overhaul
  • Seawater pipeline repair
Safety
  • Safeties on Ig scrubber
  • safeties on Deck seal
  • pv valve and breaker ..where they fit...difference between them,,
  • at what press. they have Set
  • SCBA complete
  • EEBD periodically checks
  • Life boat Davit safety
  • how do we fit Keel
  • what 2 conventions last came into force ( BWM and MLC)
  • MLC requirements ( specific criteria decides changing from D1 compliant ship to D2)
  • asked what is D1 and D2
  • MLC all titles , certification , and who gives DLMC 1 and DMLC 2 ( D1by member and D2 by owner which is endorsed by recognised .)
  • STCW ,mandatory part( code A is mandatory )are mandatory requirements same for chief and 2nd and what other criteria 
  • why requirements for both same ??
  • life boat speed 
  • difference between life boat in tanker and bulk carrier
  • Container ship- where fire detector s fitted in cargo hold, how it will detect ? Things in detection systems, how co2 is released, how many bottles and how time delay achieved..
  • what is air draft?
  • imdg regulation for packaging...
  • name solas chapter 7?
  • how to fight dangerous goods fire?
  • if dangerous goods falls overboard what will be your actions?
  • Garboard strake importance ,
  • stern frame ,
  • annex 2 ,5 define noxious liq substances ,
  • garbage discharge requirements ,
  • pollutant gases names ,
  • rise of floor , displacement , freeboard ,
  • hyper mist working , how to activate
  • Marpol annex 1 special area difference? Then normal open sea discharge
  • What all special area in annex 1
  • Annex 2 liquid name any 4 we carry on board as cargo.
  • Atm. Pr and vaccume pr defination.
  • What is tier 3, value of sox and nox.
  • Annex 6 sulfur content. Allowable at sea port and ECA area
  • Battery room
  • battery test
  • Battery maintenance
  • Co2 room safety
  • Hyper-mist full
  • inclination test
  • Co2 2 year maintenance
  • How to blow the line n how to check line is clear
  • Co2 weight measurement

Electrical
  • working of synchroscope
  • alternator maintenace
  • Insulation why we take...at what points, how much it should be?
  • star delta starter
  • what are the components you will see if u open breaker panel
  • what are the relay & types
  • Motor protections
  • paralleling of generator ,
  • what is reverse power trip how does it happens ..what is set kW limit of gen to happen rev.power,
  • what is earth fault how does it happens ,
  • how will you know if 2 motors one bad other healthy kept ..which one is good...
  • Msb safeties ,
  • what is dead front panel ,
  • construction of ac generator , why stator in star , where armature and where field , why we supply DC exciter current ,
  • what is zener diode ,
  • explain self exciting generator ,
  • parts of avr , role of comparator and thyristor ,
  • Emergency generator regulations
  • Ni-cd battery
  • Navigation alarm circuit diagram
  • Infrared detector
  • Synchronisation paralleling of alternator.
  • Reverse power trip how it work. Not the def. And explanation
  • What is fail safe in ER crane
  • E/r crane cut outs
  • Battery room safeties and entry procedure
  • Emergency generator timing to gt on load. After black out.

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