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MEO Class 2

  • Docking plans
  • Preparation before docking, during docking , before undocking
  • Co2 maintenance and checks
  • Explain the newly joined engine cadet on what all precautions to be taken before entering co2 room
  • Explain the newly joined cadet regarding how to fire fight in engine room and what all available regarding same in engine room and in ship
  • How to train your JE to do crank case inspection.
  • Annex 1 discharge criteria for Engine room bilges
  • OWS comes under which annex
  • OWS survey
  • Oil record book entry
  • MLC Salient features
  • Crosshead Survey

  • How to take shore power and preparations for the same
  • MCB and MSB safeties
  • Explain JE regarding paralleling of generators
  • Half the MSB is completely damaged or destroyed due to fire, How will u isolate it
  • High voltage explain and advantages
  • Stern tube leaking oil contaminated by water what is u r action
  • Boiler gauge glass blow through.
  • Upon successfully blow through after opening water cock water is not coming what is your action.
  • Type of engine worked
  • Late ignition explain with draw card, cross questions
  • Liner crack how will you find, explain what will happen with draw card
  • Fuel injection of particular unit not atomising properly, reason
  • Boiler shutdown procedure.
  • Checks on rudder in drydock
  • Types of condenser in FWG
  • Calculation of Indicated horse power. 
  • Reversing of main engine
  • Boiler water test
  • Accumulation of pressure test, under what all circumstances it is done.
  • Condition for cavitation to happen in centrifugal pump.and reason
  • ME LO pump what type centrifugal pump.
  • How main engine bottom end bearing lubrication takes place ?, What is the design facilitate for lubrication.
  • Turbo charger surging 
  • Volumetric efficiency of compressor?
  • Purifier gravity disc, does what?
  • How purifier working and cycle dependent?
  • In Centrifuge pump how the kinetic energy converted as a pressure energy?
  • Reverse power trip
  • ER lighting what voltage and phase . How to get this phase and voltage.
  • Active power, apparent power, power factor
  • Preferential trip testing in front of surveyor
  • Overload trip in front of surveyor
  • Emergency battery power supply, battery charging method, trickle charger
  • Auto transformer
  • Water ingress alarm how to check,
  • Multimeter what all to check . Explain how to check current


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