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MEO Class 2

  • What is dynamic stability
  • What is the criteria for dynamic stability
  • What are all fixed fire fighting system on your ship explain
  • Certificates under annex six for your ship
  • 10 year ship PSC on board what certificates for co2 you show to them
  • Statutory certificates for your ship validity of each, What are all the surveys what will determine annual, intermediate and renewal survey
  • Risk assessment 
  • Mlc 
  • Lifeboat maintenance as engineer?
  • Difference between tanker lifeboat & other ship?
  • Solid floor
  • Panting stringers,sheer strake ?
  • what is the difference between sheer strake & other strake ?( said 20% stronger ) why 20% stronger ?

  • Specification of your engine
  • Specific fuel oil consumption for your engine
  • Power calculation
  • How will u take performance
  • How will u ensure your performance for your ship is good
  • SFOC calculation
  • Where u will find the spring constant (power calculation). If spring constant is not how will u calculate the spring constant onboard
  • Difference between mip and mep
  • Accumulation pressure test ?
  • Liner gauging ?
  • Refrigeration air ingress ?
  • NDT?
  • Ultrasonic type where used?
  • DPT ?
  • all units temperature goes high ?
  • Forging ?
  • Furnace blow back.

  • AE con rod ovality, how to check, what all checks on con rod,
  • Crank pin bearing, crank pin ovality, how to rectify,where is crank pin clearance taken. 
  • Main bearing clearances, how will you take, where is main bearing clearance taken, 
  • Stern tube, how many bearings, how is it lubricated.
  • How do you fit propeller.
  • In meet room temperature dropping and fish room and vegetable room normal what are all the reasons and how will u rectify it
  • How will u adjust the thermostatic expansion valve
  • Boiler trips how to check
  • How will you know what is the low low water lever in your boiler
  • Poker gauge where it is used what are all the readings u will take
  • After measuring cylinder liner wear all readings are with u and all were with in the limit what remarks u will write in the remarks


  • Alternator specification
  • Type of starter which is Best according to you and why? 
  • How will u test over speed trip
  • Class of insulation and protection
  • What are all the different voltages available in your ship
  • How u convert 440V to 220V
  • What power supply for your lighting system ( single phase 220v means how u r getting single phase)
  • How load is distributed in single phase
  • 3 phase transformer how will u take single phase supply
  • Emergency Battery voltage where it all supply


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