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MEO Class 2


Safety
  • Carrying Grain in bulk carrier, what is most important precaution you take, while discharging. Intact stability criteria for grain.
  • Corrugated bulkhead. why provided, significance. Where on ship.
  • New amendments to ism.
  • What is the special feature of MLC, that no other convention has. 
  • ISM in detail as 2nd engg how will you implement ISM ON BOARD
  • MLC all titles explain
  • EEDI and EEDI stages explain, design ,operation , technology 
  • Emergency inspection of boiler at 12 bar how will u proceed in port
  • loll and list
  • Types of floor
  • Co2 in detail maintenance
  • ORB entries all 
  • Purging and gas freeing with flammability diagram and types of FLAMMABLE GASES IN Cargoes on tankers.
  • Purging to find leaks in cargo pumps procedure 
  • Tanker double hull draw
  • Anchor is unable to lift even full hydraulic pressure is available how will you take the anchor up.
  • Purpose of bulbous bow.
  • Marpol annex 6 & engine design to reduce nox
  • polar code
Motor
  • Exhaust valve grinding.
  • Mean piston speed and stroke length significance.
  • Mep and stroke of your engine,
  • How to calculate power without any peak pressure gauge.
  • Variable displacement pump draw & explain
  • Function of piston skirt and diagram
  • Connecting rod oblique shape why
  • Turbocharger matching and surging
  • Stuffing box material clearance and function 
  • Crosshead lubrication
  • swell n shrink
  • Boiler water treatment 
  • Two gen running parallel one is having 600 kw n other with 400 why this difference & explain?
Electrical
  • IR testing, where to do, motor or control room.
  • Control room you are getting 10 mega ohm is the insulation good.
  • Ip rating how many, how to determine what is the protection provided.
  • CCA
  • Vfd
  • Igbt ,mosfet diagram
  • Avr working
  • Flashing up procedure of alternator
  • Diode checking
  • Regenerative breaking
  • Crane safeties ER
  • Single phasing
  • Motor protections
  • Asynchronous and synchronous motors
  • Graphs for induction motor
  • Star delta starter draw and explain with control circuit
  • Reverse power trip and preferential trip
  • Induction motor
  • Advantages of HV
  • Different kind of fuses
  • Alternator safeties
  • Zener diode
  • Commutator
MEP
  • Cat fines how to remove them.
  • Exhaust valve drop test.
  • Chloride content marginally increases, reasons, if it suddenly diminishes, reasons.
  • What is safematic steering draw and explain logic involved and how it came into picture.
  • 5/2 directional control valve
  • Difference between conventional DP TRANSMITTER AND SMART DP
  • Winch working
  • Swash plate pump draw and explain working
  • Liner calibration
  • LO testing
  • Starting procedure of powerpack
  • Purging
  • Changing of seals of framo
  • Liner calibration n wear limit
  • Bottom end bearing n wear limit
  • Clearance reduced what is the reason
  • Overhauling of Bosch type fuel pump And checks on it.
  • Exhaust temp of all unit increasing what could be the reason.
  • exahust temperature of any particular unit is shooting up causes
  • How to find any particular unit is getting blow past in aux engine .

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