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MEO Class 1

  • Lpg tanker firefighting
  • Dcp monitor capacity
  • Tests done onboard for dcp.
  • Tank construction for lpg and lng
  • Material for tank.
  • Gas-freeing procedure
  • Lgi engines
  • Fuel valve and safeties
  • Lgi engine construction difference
  • Odme working
  • Disposing of x category nls.
  • Ism SMC audit
  • D2 stands for ballast water
  • Seemp (tell whatever u know abt seemp)
  • Authorisation for psc inspection
  • Clear grounds
  • Objective evidence
  • Closing of NC
  • Ssp
  • Ssa
  • Eedi
  • Content of EEDI FILE
  • How to implement noise code as CE
  • Hot corrosion
  • Fobas
  • IMO data collection
  • No-more favourable treatment
  • Statement of compliance
  • Propeller curves, explain heavy, light propeller curves, shaft margin
  • Conditions for noise testing
  • Chapter 6 of STCW, what is it about
  • COC and COP - difference.
  • Latest amendments for IG in tankers
  • Annex2 discharge conditions
  • Contents of SMPEP, difference between SOPEP and SMPEP
  • Direction stability, tests
  • Authority for PSC to check seafarer’s certificates, where is it mentioned? What does it say?
  • Documents required to register ships in India
  • Types of warranties, examples
  • As a chief engineer how will you protect the interest of your ship owner with respect to fuel oil bunkering - went deep in ISO 8217 standards, starting from fuel oil sampling, sounding, witnessing of sampling, bdn contents, what to do if the quantity and also quality is in dispute? Cat fines - how to reduce? Can it be reduced on board? Purification types, fuel analysis report etc.
  • Imsbc - groups of cargo and hazards associated with group C. What cargoes are classified as group C. He is interested to know about firefighting of cargo in cargo holds wrt group C. Hazards or risks associated with cement. Can we add sea water or fresh water to fight the fire?
  • Condition monitoring on board ?? Where and why and how it is applied? Eg of condition monitoring - Went deep into stern tube condition monitoring as I have that as an answer. I told something about trend analysis and he caught hold of that and asked what is the purpose of trend analysis? Why it is plotted on graphical format? What are the tests carried out in stern tube lube oil. Why? I told about ferrography. He accepted but expects some more about parameters of stern tube system.
  • What are the conventions that deal with oil pollution other than marpol which also doesn’t deal with claims? And he asked about intervention convention, OPRC, UNCLOS wrt pollution, MS act wrt oil pollution?
  • Derivative goal standards?
  • Interpersonal conflicts? Methods to solve them. Started with definition of conflict and tools to resolve conflicts.
  • Fatigue and stress difference with the proper definition. 

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