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MEO Class 4

Safety 
  • Nox technical file
  • BDN what is mentioned?
  • All Marpol certificate & what is mentioned in it
  • Floor plate, what type keels, why bilge keel used, about annexes 6, bulbous bow
  • Isps levels .what to do?
  • Marpol
  • Ism
  • Enclosed space entry
  • Emergency fire pump regulations
  • Co2 line safeties
  • What preparation u will do for safety inspection
  • How to fight class C fire
  • Bilge keel

Motor
  • Type of Lube oil test
  • How water content test done with reagent
  • Chloride test procedure & why it is done & what u will do if it high
  • Piston overhaul & check u will do
  • Connecting rod check its readings
  • Exh v/v of main engine operation
  • Advantage of intercooler
  • Me Exhaust valve full
  • Rotocap working principle
  • Tappet
  • Draw centrifugal pump curve. cross question. 
  • Your compression ratio of one unit less what all u will check.
  • Positive points of centrifugal pump same with negative points for gear pump cross question on pumps.

MEP
  • Gear pump overhaul, Clearances
  • Generator cylinder head removal procedure
  • Tappet clearance
  • you took injector out how will overhaul
  • You are going to insert new liner what checks you will do distortion of liner? Non distructive tests
Electrical
  • Power factor, how will u improve
  • Why fan has capacitor & what it does
  • Overhaul of motor which is fully deep with sea water n checks to be done
  • starter safety n parts of starters
  • Zener diode
  • Shore connection safety
  • Avr full detail
  • Msb safeties
  • Motor not starting reason
  • How to improve power factor
  • Switch board safeties megger reading insulation test of motor value.

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