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MEO Class 4

Safety: 
  • Gmdss, EPERB how to activate eperb manually & automatically 
  • LSA code ism SMS 
  • Marpol annexe with date 
  • Solas chapter & apply to which ship 
  • Emg. dg & emg. fire pp regulations 
  • Pounding panting tender stiff ship 
  • Arrangements for panting n pounding
  • Bwm 
  • what is chamber 
  • solas regulations for life raft all
  • Name all annexe and explain annexe 6 (everything)
  • overhead crane safties
  • Name all motions of crane
  • length between perpendicular? at what length it cuts rudder stock
  • IG safeties 
  • draw Deck seal 
  • CO2 release if you are in Port and the Captain orders you to do, what will you do, (No timer and all, fully manual)
  • Scavenge box temperature rise
  • Precautions for scavenge inspection after a scavenge fire
  • STCW chapters 
  • what are the requirements for working hours?
  • Under what conditions you wouldn't hand over the watch. 
  • CO2 FF discharge criteria
  • Marpol Annex 6 controlled emissions.
  • where do Nox and Sox come from
  • Name the ECA.
  • What is the sulphur limit coming from 2020
  • Angle of LOL
  • Freeboard, why
  • Loadline
  • Deckline- Margin Line
Motor:
  • Defects in Liner - explain all
  • Why Cover Leafing and diagram
  • Hydrophore cut in cut off - why checks will u do
  • Thin Shell bearing layers and it's advantages.
  • Purpose of the flash layer
  • What is the fuel pump lead and how to measure?
  • How to float and set economiser safety valve
  • Purpose of tie rod
  • Tie rod loose- how will u come to know 
  • Tie rod tightening procedure
  • Overhauling of Pressure Jet Burner and checks
  • How will u set distance between electrodes and what tool will u use
  • Types of Welding
  • Explain MIG welding 
  • Shielding gas for MIG welding 
  • Defects in welding 
  • Welding Position 
  • Boiler Water Test
  • What will be your action if all the test results are beyond the range
  • During watch, u find Oil in Hotwell- what will be your action (where it is coming from and how will u remove it)
  • Purifier shaft height n not getting rpm 
  • Boiler accumulation test n why it done? 
  • Boiler water test limit of ppm if exceeded action
  • Fwg vacuum loss reason n salinity increase
  • Gear pump overhaul NPSH centrifugal pump diagram n its charastics 
  • Manual purging of boiler n firing 
  • Valve Timing diagram of 2S engine
  • Why fuel injection earlier, fuel property.
  • how would u know if air start valve is leaking, precautions? 
  •  Crankcase Inspection 
  •  Fuel injector overhaul, All four tests.
  • Then he asked about what do u do before fitting the copper gasket ( he said annealing )
MEP:
  • How to order bolt?
  • How to bend copper pipe small dia at 90° 
  • How to fixed two different dia pipe 
  • Pipeline testing 
  • Copper pipe cutting tool n it's material
  • what is bending machine, how it works
  • how to bend copper pipe
  • how to order bolt
  • what type of bolts fitted on a pump
  • how to replace leaking piece in 2mm Internal dia copper pipe ( cold process) 
  • Extracting a broken stud... flushed on the surface.
  • Purifier and clarifier difference 
  • Air Compressor safeties
  • Refrigeration Cold chamber temp. Not maintaining
  • Boiler gauge glass blowdown
  • Opening sequence of Manhole doors and why? Shape and alignment?

Electrical:
  • Msb & ESB safety
  • Motor not staring 
  • Steering gear regulations n safety of motor
  • Avr 
  • Under voltage overload trip how daspot work 
  • Open ckt short ckt 
  • Earthing n founding it's foult1. safety precautions while working on electric equipment
  • what are losses 
  • checks before connecting shore connection
  • total blackout recovery procedure 
  • generator maintenance
  • Full wave rectifier, Draw and explain. Advantage.
  • What batteries you had on ship?
  • Battery room entry safeties
  • why vent, what happens otherwise 
  • Values of specific gravity
  • how would u measure 
  • photoelectric cell? Where all do u use on ship?
  • Purpose of the flame eye?


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