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MEO Class 4

  • What's air draft of the vessel?
  • What's EEDI? It's formula?and whats SEEMP?
  • Fire control plan and it's location?
  • Discharge criteria for Oil for Machinery spaces?
  • What's the ships speed when the ship is en-route discharging oil through 15ppm equipment?
  • In BDN what do we check to meet the requirements of SOx and NOx?
  • SOx limits in SECA and outside SECA Area?
  • What is dynamic stability?
  • Draw GZ curve and explain..what angles are there in the curve?
  • What is deadweight of the ship?
  • Deadweight of my ship?
  • Cross questions on it
  • What is transverse metacenter?
  • Draw cross section of your ships hull?
  • Why we use torsion boxes?
  • What wrecking effect?
  • What is propeller drop? And how it occurs?
  • Which portable fire extinguisher was there in your ship on purifier platform?
  • Capacity ?
  • Working criteria for that extinguisher?
  • Pitch of propeller?
  • How to calculate speed of the ship with formula?
  • Solas chapter 9?
  • Objective of ism?
  • Certificates?
  • Doc?
  • What is DPA?
  • Name of all marpol annex?
  • Certificates in annex 6? 
  • What is man overboard alarm?
  • Enclosed space entry?
  • Validity of smc?
  • Cross questions on doc and smc?
  • Weekly entries in oil record book?
  • Discharge criteria for oil?
  • What do u mean by inert...? N total system n regulations for
  • What is manila amendments
  • Procedure to start co2 system
  • Marpol all annexes n cross question
  • Load line convention cross q
  • What is tonnage convention cross q
  • Ballast water management
  • Co2 fire fighting safety
  • How u will check co2 bottle leakage n wht safety while checking
  • Annex 1 special area
  • Draw loadline diagram with dimensions
  • Dimensions of annex 1 discharge connection with pressure
  • Emergency generator regulation both cargo n passenger

  • Exhaust valve opening, closing, rotation
  • Hotwell
  • Shaft grounding
  • Improved high lift safety valve
  • STP full explanation with diagram
  • 4/s timing dia, overlap, 4/s scavenging, lubrication
  • bearing lubrication and types, of lubrication,OH , x head lub diff in man and sulzer
  • T/C systems, lambda, t/c surge line explanation
  • boiler water treatment,mountings, boiler corrosion's, safety valve
  • diff bet centrifugal and positive displacement pump, priming types with dia, cavitation
  • power calculations, how to calculate bhp, draw card, power card
  • Iccp, capacity control
  • Microbiological degration of oil explain n lot of cross questions
  • Engine not starting on air
  • Ref short cycling and high pressure trip reason
  • Boiler gauging
  • Boiler water test y with resong of each test
  • air starting system draw n show safety
  • Centrifugal pump overhaul n too much cross question
  • Stud broken removal
  • Reamer n types
  • Lathe machines components
  • Welding processes
  • What is microbiological degradation of lube oil
  • Difference between impulse n reaction turbine
  • What is electric arc welding
  • Procedure to change belt of ref compressor
  • Procedure to remove broken nut from below
  • Exact procedure to open plate type heat exchanger
  • I will give u bend shaft make it ready n give me with all checks on lathe
  • Safety of lathe
  • Ventilation flaps open or close how to find out leaving alarm n indicator on it
  • Engine not starting on air wht can be probelm outside of ship
  • I have to change pipe what all checks u will carry on the pipe to be fitted
  • Expansion Tank why situated so high
  • FW Tests Name only
  • What pH stands for? 
  • Phosphate and Nitrite test detail
  • Short Cycling in Refrigeration System
  • Steam Trap with diagram
  • Factors affecting Interface
  • Viscotherm working principle
  • Solenoid Valve Refer use
  • Checks carried on motor
  • Practically show me where u will take IR on motor(draw it)
  • Current when starting bulb and motor why difference
  • Only reverse power what it is
  • Working of reverse power trip
  • How to check continuity
  • Why all voltages are given 440,210,110?
  • Working of induction motor


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