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MEO Class 4

Safety
  • Marpol
  • Hardboard stake
  • Structure of imo
  • Annex 1
  • U r in special area n u r told to pump out bilges
  • Wt precautions u will take wt all things u will do
  • Wts discharge criteria for pumping out
  • Annex 5
  • Types of garbage
  • Dicharge criteria for all typ of garbages in special area n wen not in special area
  • CO2 n dcp extinguishers construction working n operationCapacity control plan
  • LRIT
  • SSEEP
  • certificate in marpol
  • Fixed FFS (co2)
  • Regulation and safety in it
  • Head assembly of co2 bottle
  • Purufier room entrance door class
  • Foam extinguisher capacity and ratio
  • ISM content full
  • Chapter 12 solas
  • Marpol annex 6 Nox regulation with respect to power not with N rpm
  • Air compressor safety on water side.
  • Life boat launching procedure
  • Safeties on davit
  • Emergency fire pump regulations and cross questions
  • Co2 bottle head assembly and cross questions
  • Ods,Green house effect
  • Angle of loll
  • Forms of coefficients
  • Free surface effect
  • Orb 1& 2
  • Mlc 2006
  • Angle of lol and measures to correct it.
  • GZ, GM & KM
  • Nox technical file
  • Fire pump and emergency fire pump
  • Fixed foam system and types of foam used on ship
  • Ship particulars
  • Ozone depleting substances
  • Collision bulkhead
  • Discharge of oil bilges
  • Certificates of marpol

Motor
  • Boiler water tests it values
  • Liner stresses n cracks
  • Types of piston ring moment
  • Types of piston ring related problems
  • Cyl luv oil properties
  • Effect of low atomization n over atomisation low penentration & high penentration
  • Generator not starting on air
  • How will you fir back liner in aux. Engine
  • Magnetic filter and it's purpose in framo system
  • Boiler fuel not burning properly, reason
  • Diagram of stripping system
  • Color of boiler flame
  • Air starting valve leaking how will u come to know and what checks will u do
  • Crankcase explosion in details
  • OMD working principle with diagram..
  • How to tight slacken chain.
  • Boiler water test & clorine test in detail
  • compressor safety in detail
  • ME safety alarm and trips
  • bottom end bearing clearance how and where to check
  • L.o. property TBN in detail 
  • how much boiler working pressure and safety valve lifting pressure ? How to set it
  • boiler mountings and safety with it's purposes
  • purifier showing too much current reason
  • piston clearances all in detail
  • reason for high exhaust temp of all units of generator

MEP
  • Gear pump construction working and overhauling with diagram
  • Purpose of poker gauge, travel gauge and bridge gauge
  • Purging of cofferdam
  • Cargo pump seal leaking how will u suspect
  • Cavitation of cargo pump,how to overcome and a lot of cross 
  • Steam trap
  • Rampson steering gear
  • Shaft earthing device
  • Purifier pilot vv
  • Motor coupling
  • Acetylene bottle getting heat what you will do
  • Why phosphate test
  • working of hydraulic jack with Dia
  • rotary cup burner primary and secondary air with Dia
  • rotary vane steering gear Dia and tell how to hydraulically lock it.
  • short cycling of shell and plate type heat exchanger
  • radial type t/c with Dia, advantage and disadvantage of constant t/c
  • Dia of snake wire.
  • what to do is safety valve not lifting for boiler and Dia for the same
  • main bearing removal for anx.eng
  • pipe schedule
  • H Q curve for reciprocating pump
  • how to correct thread for a stud without using die and lathe.

Electrical
  • Parallel of generators in detail how each components are matched y 11 o'clock position
  • Reverse power trip its values & timing when it happens why it happens what changes take place in alternator during it
  • At wt load to stop a generator when removing it from bus bar wen other generator is taking normal load n why manual operation
  • Generator alternator construction n working
  • In dry Dock shore supply is 380v and your bus bar is 440v how would you connect, what effects will have on your system n why
  • Soft starters n auto transformer starters function type use n difference
  • Ave circuit n explanation how each component works in detail how scr are used there
  • What is zener diodes construction are they used
  • Working of induction motor sleep rings
  • Ingress protection n code n meaning of each code
  • Single phase why how n what to do how u will know
  • Action if shore supply is reversed means your motor is rotating in wrong direction
  • Thermistors
  • emergency generator regulations
  • single phasing
  • starters in detail
  • meger test
  • paralleling of generator

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