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MEO Class 4

Safety:
  • IG requirements 
  • Collision bulkhead
  • How much strength collision bulkhead will be able to sustain as per regulations
  • CO2 system regulations
  • new regulations for life jacket
  • foam fixed fire fighting system= how much is expansion ratio for my ship for machinery space + how much capacity of foam is required as per regulations to fill machinery space.
  • Trammel gauge 
  • garboard strake .. coffin plate
  • Watertight weather-tight door how to differentiate
  • Duct keel 
  • Capacity plan
  • Discharge criteria annex 1
  • Nox tier 3 
  • Emergency fire pump
  • Annex 1
  • Rise of floor
  • Delivered power and thrust power
  • Sheer,aspect ratio,
  • A-60 bulkhead
  • Nox tier3, 
  • ODS,VOC

Motor:
  • working principle of centrifugal pump+why it cannot handle air
  • npsh, npshr, npshr for emergency fire pump as per regulations
  • boiler mountings 
  • Advantages of Vit
  • Fuel pump working and tests done on fuel pump 
  • Scavenge fire and * questions 
  • Surging of turbocharger and value of "K" of t/b on ship
  • Indications for turbocharger filter choked
  • Steering gear. .which type (2 ram or 4 ram and *questions )
  • Exhaust valve
  • Pressure test of pistons
  • Power calculation
  • Bottom end bearing clearance,
  • liner crack indications,
  • exhaust valve,
  • TBN,
  • bursting disc material

MEP:
  • Actions if purifier overflowing
  • Overhauling of injector
  • fuel timing checking procedure
  • Scavenging 
  • Ac compressor crankcase why not have relief valve
  • In Evaporator coils  layered oil is present. How to remove...(told about sucking it out but he said some arrangement is there in evaporator for this thing)
  • Boiler water testing
  • UTS
  • MGPS with diagram
  • Overhaul of A/E cylinder head and tests done on the same
  • Alignment of pump (any pump)
  • diagram showing wear ring and how to check shaft aligned with coupling motor shaft
  • Heat treatment process and which process applies to which engine

Electrical:
  • msb regulations
  • earth leakage meter working
  • Generator maintenance 
  • zener diode
  • mccb, mcb
  • Avr
  • Short circuit
  • Preferential trip
  • Zener diode
  • Synchroscope with diagram
  • Safeties on crane and working of electromagnetic brake
  • Pf definition and value value on board and how to increase it
  • if capacitor and resistor connected in parallel 
  • Definition of short circuit and earth fault, which type on ship regarding earth fault

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