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MEO Class 2

Safety:
  • IEEC certificate under which annexure and chapter, validity
  • Required eedi, attained eedi with formula
  • MLC Certificate and port state inspection why came in force in2013, not 2006 .no of article in it.
  • Dynamic test of lifeboat.
  • Maintenance of centrifugal brake as 2nd engineer, no of brake.
  • NOx technical file content. 
  • Maintenance of portable fire extinguishers as per DG shipping.
  • In the container ship, there are some box tell me the name of all.
  • Sopep , what information , why provided , who approves???
  • why mild steel used for ship building , carbon %, difference between strength & hardness
  • Instantaneous rate of discharge
  • Precaution during inclining experiment.
  • Annexe 3
  • Reception facilities
  • Propeller pitch ratio.
  • Centre of floatation.
  • Safeties for bulk carrier
  • About high density cargo loading
  • What are all the rules regarding triangle marking on bulkcarrier loading high density cargo...wheater applicable to all types of bulk carrier loading high density cargo?
  • Chapter 9 objective
  • Ism applicable to what kind of ships?
  • How many chapters in ism
  • Inclining experiment..why and how...where u will place
  • Co2 calculation with units ...what is free volume of co2
  • How rudder is fitted

Motor:
  • Relation between speed and mcr and cross questions
  • Volute casing and centrifugal pump working
  • Main engine reversing
  • Venturi effect and its principle
  • How does automatic start air valve work, where does it get signal from.
  • Alfa lubricator MCU, input signal (crank angle, rpm and load index) and output (he said 2 signal one is alarm and other. I said signal for opening solenoid vv. He didn't agree.)
  • Stainless steel Aluminium, Chromium, Silicon, Manganese % and use.
  • Lub oil additive
  • Pour point
  • Stresses in crosshesd bearing
  • Crankshaft material
  • Humidity control
  • Boiler feed water line diag
  • Nox reduction technique

MEP:
  • Chain drive tightening procedure
  • Exhaust valve overhauling and measurements
  • Propeller drop
  • Boiler water treatment objectives , chemicals used and composition
  • Main engine holding down bolts, found loose. How to secure the process.
  • Oil in both gauge glass, steps.
  • How to do fuel pump in AE if all flywheel marks are lost.
  • What is the pipe schedule?
  • In a 2 turbocharger system, how to separate one if one is damage. He wanted complete procedure.
  • ER checks as 2/E before leaving Drydock
  • Gate valve not working what to do.
  • Running gear inspection of a.e.


Electrical:
  • What precaution before taking shore supply ?? Donot say phase sequence & voltage he wanted to listen precaution before taking shore supply
  • all gen offload, earthing wire connection & shore connection insulation certificate check
  • what is dielectric? where used physical significance
  • how earth lamp works which principle ??
  • how to determine where earth fault occur ?
  • Battery condition how to check ??
  • Trickle charging, why its done ,why self discharging.
  • Induction motor advantages.
  • hysteresis loss in the transformer.
  • enclosed in pump room of tanker1. How to adjust current during welding.
  • Leakage between tube and tube plate how to repair.
  • Earth fault ...how will u know an earth fault occurs...how earth fault indicators working(both meter and lamp working)
  • Preferential trip why how it works...if overload still exist what will happen...how various time delays are achvied
  • Black out what will u do..how emergency generator starts...how battery came in to operation in transom period?
  • Shaft earthing...why...how?

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