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MEO Class 4

Safety:
  • IG safeties gave explanation of each and every alarm with value and what things will stop or open 
  • Pump room safeties gave explanation how you enter 
  • Collision bulkhead
  • In collision bulkhead gave and with one opening allowed and also two opening may be allowed and related valve position how operate and like that ...
  • Displacement, deadweight
  • All marpol annexes. Annex 6. Certificates in it.
  • Solas chapter 9.
  • Life boat safeties
  • Extinguisher present near boiler, capacity
  • Marginal line
  • Free board
  • Permeability
  • Air draft
  • Lifeboat safety
  • Davit safety
  • Pumping out regulation in annex 1
Motor & MEP:
  • How easing gear work?
  • Safety valve lift value not formula?
  • Why c- for compact engine...MAN
  • Boiler mounting
  • Air compressor safety
  • How 4 stoke cylinder lubrication take place.
  • Fire pump priming arrangement
  • One unit exhaust temp rising
  • Labyrinth seal how it works t/c
  • Reversing man b&w
  • Tap and die
  • How to measure height of purifier shaft
  • How to check trueness of shaft
  • Shock absorber in ME fuel pump
  • Improved high lift safety valve, diagram, purpose
  • H/E diagram, location of tale tell hole
  • Purifier opening closing with diagram
  • Fitted bolt
  • Bench grinder safety
  • Boiler gauge glass blow down
  • Types of cir-clip, diagram, shape of tool to be use
  • Pipe fabrication
  • Centifugal p/p discharge pressure low and volume low reason
  • Manual purifier desludge and check during desludge
  • Bilge pump priming and bilge line leakage detection
  • Drill bit order
  • A/E performance parameters checks
  • fuel duplex filter change over
  • specific lub oil consumption
  • COPT safety
  • What are safety in exhaust valve, what safety is given on hydraulic accumulator?
  • What is viscosity, it's unit.. How viscotherm work ,how it is controlled?

  • Cooling water treatment, what kind of inhibitors used?
  • Load dependent cylinder lubrication, what happened to cylinder oil feed rate when running at low load?
  • Recirculating type fuel injector construction?
  • Tappet clearance, & some cross section
  • Full Tar book specifics
  • Exhaust gas temperature high reasons
  • Scavenge fire causes
  • Surging in Turbocharger explanation with lot of cross questions 
  • LO properties and test
  • FO properties
  • How to get to know what is the carbon content in fuel oil. What is meaning of ash in fuel oil.
  • How to take sample when you are in charge of bunkering operation
  • What is the term called Representative sample. 1. Name the parts of stuffing box...what you will check in rounds..explain everything about where and all oil is going in stuffing box 
  • Parts of air compressor suction and discharge valve... draw the spring of valve..
  • What checks you do in valve plate
  • Explain thermodynamic steam traps?? Why it's used??
  • Sewage what all checks u do in rounds.
  • Transparent re-circulation line what's use.. why it's transparent...
  • Explain rotary cup burner....drawing...where oil enters...where air enters...is there primary and secondary air in this type of burner..

Electrical:
  • Avr working
  • Fuses
  • Diagram star Delta starter
  • Diagram battery charger
  • Diagram avr functioning
  • Diagram earthed and neutral
  • Made all good dia with little explanation so did not ask anything after seeing diagram
  • msb safeties
  • starter panel routine..
  • Soft starter.
  • Dol and star delta which motors it is used
  • Synchronising
  • Msb safties

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