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MEO Class 2

Safety:
  • 5 code 5 conventions
  • latest amendment of SOLAS
  • Discharge criteria why 7 knots is decided?
  • Stiff ship tender ship, cross curves of stability, coffin plate
  • Rudder weight is carried by what?
  • Chapter 13 in solas what all documents they check explain in detail.
  • Marpol annex.
  • Write 5 conventions in safety and pollution and 2 for liability
  • Recent amendments in container as per SOLAS
  • Difference between audit and survey
  • Additional safety measures for high speed craft explain
  • Cross curve
  • Angle of loll
  • Documents in annex1
  • Difference of IOPP in tanker & other ship
  • Codes under solas chapter 7
  • Container fire fighting equipments and latest regulations.
  • Density of co2 how will you calculate weight.
  • Mlc 5 titles and certificates issued
  • How many sprinkler heads in one section
  • Emergency fire pump discharge requirements
  • 5 safety convention except for solas and 2 pollution convention except for marpol
  • Ballast water convention
  • What is TEU
  • In solas what regulations are there specifically for containers.

Motor:
  • Light spring diagram what all u will get from this? choked exhaust?
  • How much viscosity and temp inlet to the engine?
  • What type of boiler? how water is circulating? what is the normal size of downcomers?
  • What type of fwg? how vaccum produced? what all possibilties failure of air educator.
  • Low sulphur fuel oil disadvantages , because of low sulphur fuel oil what all effects to the engine.
  • What all duties of the second engineer? what is his responsibility in ship? which all machinery under him.
  • If cheif eng drunked and came at 5 am during ur watch what action u will take? why u will not allow him, he is a cheif engineer?
MEP:
  • Sfoc,sloc and draw curve of sfoc and rpm
  • Timing diagram of 2 stroke
  • Boiler type. Which is good? Why? Construction of Water tube boiler, water capacity which boiler has higher, down comers,
  • Purifier rpm, and why more starting current,
  • Wht is compensator, location and uses in AE
  • Thrust pad in AE and location and its uses
  • Stuffing box construction & explain, how to know abt its leaking
  • Condition monitoring, and cm of stern tube
  • Main bearing survey
  • Foundation bolts broken what to do?
  • Boiler fuel size for the secondary flame(no fuel size it vapourises)
  • Tierod tightening procedure? How will you know tie rods are tightened?
  • Main engine all bearing clearances
  • Maneouvering dia wrt starting air line
  • Automatic start valve in detail with dia
  • Rotary cup burner troubles
  • Propeller material
  • Condtion and size of fuel droplets for the burner (he wants fuel vapourises on burner tip)
  • Gear pump overhaul? Why clearance are provided? what clearances you will check??? What is the backlash of gear ???
  • what are the sealing arrangement for shaft?
  • Types of Lubrication system ??? And what are the factors affecting it ?
  • How in Sulzer RTA exhaust valve functions? how it is rotates?why rotation is given?
  • how will u take crankshaft deflection ??
Electrical:
  • Types of starters
  • Normal electric fan single motor
  • Relation between Vrms and Vmax
  • Softstarter explain with dia
  • Motor overhaul
  • what is the difference between IR test for Megger and Multimeter?
  • what is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous motor?
  • Reverse power trip? It's setting? And how it works???how will you check?
  • Where do you find a synchronous motor in ship?

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