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MEO Class 2

Safety:
  • ISM full explain
  • STCW explain
  • Draw Bulk carrier cross section.
  • Duct keel
  • What all check you will do in Duct keel?
  • How are the pipes entering the Duct keel.?
  • Container firefighting
  • What are the latest developments for container firefighting.? 
  • Torsion box. Why it is provided.?
Motor:
  • Draw Power card. Explanation and effects of various problems like leaky injector, incorrect fuel pump timing, Piston ring blow by and Overloaded engine.
  • 2 Stroke valve timing diagram and explanations.
  • RT Flex and RTA differences. How does RT Flex work?
  • Alpha Lubricator working.
  • How is 4S piston lubricated and diagram?
  • Lub oil testing onboard and shore analysis. What extra analysed by the shore?
  • Description of Boiler plant and various parameters. (Steam propulsion)
  • Have u done decarb? What all u will do in decarb?
  • Draw piston with crown and the oil flow arrangement!
  • Centrifugal pump working principle.
  • Draw an impeller and asked me how it is rotating!
  • Purifier overflowing reasons.
  • How the reduction of speed will lead to overflow?
  • How will u find the speed has reduced?
MEP:
  • What all safeties in LNG piping coming into engine room.
  • Procedure for preparation of COPT plant for discharging operation and cross questions. Gland steam, Condenser vacuum values and actions on not matching.
  • IG system safeties and interlocks.
  • High velocity vent valve operation.
  • Aux Eng make. What all to measure in con rod. How to measure ovality. Max. value.
  • Reverse Osmosis principle.
  • Crankcase inspection
  • Tie rod arrangement draw.
  • What all checks in centrifugal pump during overhaul?
  • How is the piston connected to the crosshead assembly? Draw the arrangement
  • Mechanical seal and gland packing difference.
  • Mechanical seal how it is working.?
  • How will you test the air compressor relief valve?
  • NDT test on connecting rod bolt. What all you will do in it? Which cloth u use it to clean? If u are cleaning with cleaner spray and the next spray die penetrant, when will u spray, will u give time for it? He wants to know exactly what is happening? The third spary is developer, what is happening here?
  • MPI test?
  • Cofferdam entry procedure.
  • Principle of Nitrogen Generator.

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