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MEO Class 4

  • MARPOL total annexes and Name them in order.
  • What is ORB1- what are the entries made?
  • Lifeboat markings, why there is + and - retroreflective marking?
  • Lifeboat safety 
  • Centrifugal brake working.. purpose.. location?
  • Limit switch purpose ..working.. location
  • Shell expansion plan
  • Solas chapter 6 and 7
  • Regulation for watertight bulkhead (if sliding type)
  • Anexx 6 content
  • Chapters in solas and applicable for which ships.
  • Sewage holding tank discharge criteria
  • BOD of effluent
  • Certificates under ism code, the chapter containing ism code, objectives.
  • IAPP and EIAPP difference. 
  • Iscs something related to classification societies.
  • chapter 12 details.
  • Nox Tiers and applicable for whom.
  • Which Engine? Make?
  • Single failure in steering gear? 
  • What are tie rods? How do u know tie rod is tightened? How to tighten? From where? Tightening Wich direction?
  • Boiler make?Type?Wich type of boiler burner?From where primary n secondary air comes?
  • Draw labriynth seal? Function? How is sealing done? Air comes from where?
  • Shell n tube HE diagram? How are tubes fitted?
  • How to find a refrigerant leak?
  • In boiler water test why phosphate test is done?
  • Heat exchanger 
  • Tappet
  • Me grounding 
  • Boiler black smoke 
  • Scav fire 
  • Uptake fire 
  • Grid washing 
  • Vit & super vit. How it is attained in both engines.
  • 4s timing diagram
  • engine start on air but not coming on fuel reasons.
  • Sparks coming out of funnel reasons and remedies.
  • Crankshaft deflection why how 
  • Relief valve checking
  • Refer short cycling
  • Boiler water test, cooling water test why and how it will affect
  • Generator tappet clearance, difference between inlet and outlet valve, which valve is weaker
  • Centrifugal pump overhaul
  • Bumping clearance significance how it will change.
  • Pump shaft alignment.
  • Why are there intercoolers
  • Starting interlocks
  • Main engine not starting on-air reason 
  • Compensating ring
  • Ogee ring 
  • What do we do if chloride in boiler water is increased 
  • Boiler water test 
  • Auxiliary engine crankcase inspection 
  • Ae liner assembly
  • Removal of a broken bolt by cold metal?
  • What specification needed for ordering bolt?
  • Hole in SW line. Temporary and permanent solutions? What will u do if hole is near bulkhead?
  • Pressure testing of AE cylinder head?
  • Blowdown of boiler and location of valves?
  • Heat exchanger tubes leaking how to find
  • Nomogram
  • Centrifugal pump overhaul what to check 
  • What u check in refrigeration room if temp not maintaining what will u do and lot of cross questions 
  • Valve in bilge line and why that valve is used. Diagram of the same.
  • Hydraulic jack working
  • Types of gate vale
  • Pipe fabrication
  • Piston crown checks and dia
  • Types of threads and diagram
  • Cross questions on all
  • fuel injector testing
  • AC compressor oil filling without stopping
  • Steering gear having air. How to notice and how to remove.
  • why hunting gear is called hunting gear
  • Npsh . What and how to calculate.
  • Why the bilge pump is not centrifugal.
  • bumping clearance what affects it.
  • Volumetric efficiency 

  • Preferential trip...and mechanism...also drawing 
  • Single phasing.... and how to know. consequences...if ums how u will come to know..safeties
  • Brushless excitation draw and explain.
  • Dead front panel
  • Induction motor construction and working.
  • why squirrel cage
  • power factor
  • Zener diode
  • SCR
  • half full and bridge rectifier. 
  • wiring diagram symbols
  • Induction and synchronous motor difference where they are used.
  • star delta connection difference where they are used.
  • Insulated and floating neutral advantages of each.


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