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MEO Class 4

Safety:
  • Solas chapter 12 full
  • Annex 6 full, mainly Voc part
  • Dynamic stability, Gz curve
  • Req for emg towing oil tanker
  • shell exp plan
  • Stealer plate
  • FSS code full
  • Swash bulkhead location, purpose
  • Certificate Carried related to solas chapter 9
Motor:
  • AE lo contamination all possible causes
  • Purifier pairing disc, Lubrication, water transducer
  • Water tube boiler entire construction, with nomenclature
  • Fwg less vacuum reasons & effects, high salinity reasons
  • ME unit overhaul, hydraulic jack
  • All about Threads
  • Turbocharger, purpose of diffuser, drawing
  • Self and central priming arrangement of pumps
  • Vacuum condenser safeties, why VC Copt, how water level maintained in VC
  • types of gate valve
  • if gate valve struck inside, what will happen ,what will be ur action
  • Air starting valve TIMING diagram for single unit
  • counter weights in crankshaft (in ME & AE - how it is fitted)
  • types of fuel injection 
  • bilge valve, diff between sdnr nd slv
  • shaft earthing , what to check
  • npsh , hq curve,eff curve, power curve
  • lube oil test full 
  • constant type tc advantage, whats happening in exhaust manifold, working)
  • one unit exhaust gas rising
  • mechanical seal 
MEP:
  • Engine specifications
  • Types of exhaust trunking
  • T/c function full.. how exhaust comes what happens..each parts..
  • How sealing is achieved.
  • Connection for sealing
  • C/c inspections...
  • One unit exh temp high.. as a 4th engg what will be ur action..
  • What changes u will perform if u r only alone
  • Boiler water test
  • Which test is carried out to find O2 in boiler water
  • Air temp after t/c .. drop in temp across cooler.. and what is scavenge temp value
  • After every 1000 hr what checks to be carried out in A/e.
  • How will u check exhaust valve and what are the things there
  • Fuel valve overhauling m/e or a/e ..checks to be done
  • Pressure testing...what kind of testings
  • Jacket water circulation
  • Deck machinery periodic maintenance.. what checks to be done
  • connecting rod checks
  • nozzle cleaning tool name(inside outside meter)
  • screw and gear pump overhauling..checks
  • backlash how to measure(lead wire is ans)
  • bush bearing taking out procedure..
  • if lapping needed how to do w/o taking it out of pump
  • Explain p alkalinity and t alkalinity & value
  • Type of fuel injection system
  • SURGING .. explain and reason ..symptoms... and most humorous he was interested in sound

Electrical:
  • Msb safeties
  • Avr, zenor diodes
  • Iccp, purpose of Zn anode
  • Fuse, types, construction, HRC
  • Benefits of it insulated neutral system, how it is done.
  • Emergency supplies
  • Insulation classes with temp
  • Single phasing, protection
  • How to take insulation resistance,continuity

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