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MEO Class 4

Safety:
  • LRIT. LRIT working & difference with respect to AIS 
  • SMPEP
  • Polar code (structure requirements)
  • what kind of steel for hull in polar regions
  • solas chapter 12
  • Web frames.. location & use
  • Coffer plate
  • Marpol 
  • Discharge 
  • Annexe 1
  • Permeability of engine room
  • Block coefficient prismatic coefficient 
  • What will b condition of OWS in a special area? Ans auto mode 
  • Coffine plate 
  • Co2 system 5yearly routine coz pressure test  how its done ?
  • Hypetmist ? How it works ? 
  • Safety management system  
  • About ISM..and. it's certificates 
  • SSP -KEY points
  • Emg fire pump
  • fire class divisions(A 60,A50)
  • tier 3 in ECA
  • What is ibc code
  • What is stability?
  • Transverse metacentre
  • Metacentre
  • Ism
  • Doc, SMS
  • What is free board surface
  • How to calculate it
  • Draw load line
  • BDN
  • ORB 1 
  • Free board marking
  • Life boat markings 
  • Hypermist system  
  • PV v/v and PV breaker
  • Sewage discharge criteria and applicable to which ship?
  • Holding tank criteria
  • Shore connection dimensions for sewage
  • Types of floors, where its used?
  • Coll B/H 
  • What length and y not before / after that length
  • What is IG and explain why IG is reqd, composition and regulations for ships? 
  • PV valve and breaker regs with diagram.
  • Lifeboat regs and lowering procedure and davit safety
  • Winch break testing procedure
  • Garboard and sheer strake
  • Annexe 6 and it's regulations along with details of ODS and certificates carried in annexe6
  • Tier1,2,3 ships and nox technical code,
  • EPIRB and SART working and the frequencies
  • which all fixed fire fighting in engine room & deck
  • other fire fighting medium apart from fixed
  • new garbage regulation of discharging
  • Solas chapters
  • Ism code confirmity,non confirmity
  • Isps code
  • Angle of loll 
  • Hatch coaming
  • Isps
  • Function of bilge keel.
  • Angle of loll &Corrective actions. ( Lot of cross questions)
  • DCP principle of extinguishing.
  • COSPOL definition.


Motor:
  • Working of backflush filter
  • Engine does not start in air why 
  • centrifugal pump curves
  • NPSHr
  • Crankshaft types and clearance in semi built type
  • Material for all parts of engine
  • distributor working
  • Ratio for L, S, K engines of man b&w
  • types of boiler tubes
  • Engine stoke 
  • Unit goes high action * question 
  • Cylinder liner crake Y  ?? 
  • Difference between apparant power n brake power ? Relation 
  • How power calculated in kw? 
  • Formula unit of each how mm will convet to bar ??
  • turbocharger surging indications and reasons.
  • Exhaust valve knocking reasons
  • AE FUEL INJECTOR Pressure testing
  • purifier manual desludge and again put on manually.
  • Scavenge Fire Indications
  • A/E Type
  • Exhaust temp of one unit is increasing... what all places you will check
  • Boiler Cold Starting
  • What is connected to Vent Valve... Furnace side or Water Side
  • Boiler water treatment
  • Why blowdown required?
  • Chlorides high in water, what is ur action? , where will u search for leakage? after detecting leak ur steps? after rectifying leak steps?
  • how will u blowdown? (Full blowdown or in steps?)
  • after checking boiler water chlorides are normal wat will be ur next step?
  • C/c inspection
  • Fuel injector testing
  • how to adjust opening PR
  • if leak test fails then what it shows?
  • Diff b/w 2s and 4s 
  • Comp alarms and safeties
  • 2s and 4s difference with valve timing diagram and VEC in 2s
  • MAC safeties and trips along with cut in cut out setting
  • Why reefer compressor doesn't have crankcase breather
  • Why is Centrifugal pump started with discharge valve closed and pump characteristic curves,
  • Boiler water tests and reasons for each, 
  • bottom blow down procedure and he asked about the speciality of the valve compared to other valves
  • boiler trips and alarms


Electrical:
  • Safety on cranes
  • Types of fuses
  • Megger test
  • Motor not starting
  • DOL Starter
  • Preferential trip ckt and working
  • Dashpot and alternative to it
  • motor working
  • motor defects
  • Revere power working whts the setting ?? Wht power it will trip ?
  • Meegar testing ? Wht will the value between same phase y ?? 
  • E/r crane safety 
  • Preferential trip working
  • Open circuit and short circuit
  • Effects of single phasing
  • What is insulation resistance
  • Megger test and value
  • Continuity test and its value
  • SHIP is leaving port and workshop had just brought a repaired motor 2nd engineer tell u check the motor what checks will u do?
  • What is star delta starter
  • Difference between Synchronous and Induction Motor
  • Paralleling of Generators
  • Reverse power relay
  • Dashpot purpose, application
  • reverse current relay
  • earth fault  Reasons and how it occurs and it's indications 
  • Iccp - working and cross questions regarding anode , cathode ,voltage , materials etc
  • What is conactor and maintenance cross que 
  • Msb safites and electrical safety 
  • Current loss and explain Each 
  • Shore connections procedures and check 
  • Types of fuses
  • Short and open circuit
  • battery checks
  • Ac generation
  • Msb safeties
  • IR,megger,unit


MEP:
  • Charging of reefer
  • Purifier vibration reasons
  • PMS on ac compressor and blower unit
  • Types of coupling
  • Sewage plant working n routines
  • NDT types 
  • how is magnetic particle crack detection done ( what current is used )
  • Bottom end bearring clearance ?? In detail 
  • Fwg low vaccum * question 
  • Screw pump full overall all 
  • Mgps system 
  • Deck machinery checks before arrival ? 
  • Deck machinery maintenance
  • External
  • Procedure for removal valves from mac
  • Safties of mac
  • Internal
  • Overhaul of a centrifugal pump
  • Volute casing
  • Types of impeller
  • What is diffuser
  • Screw pump overhauling
  • Crankcase Inspection 
  • How to adjust bumping clearance
  • Fusible plug uses and composition of Fusible plug
  • Crankcase inspection precautions, what all checks,...and x questions
  • boiler water treatment names and values
  • centrifugal pump overhauling, checks what and how ,.trueness of shaft ..etc
  • how will u synch the generators..centrifugal pump principle
  • wear ring use
  • MAC why 2stage why not a single stage
  • LO contamination in aux engine
  • engine starting methods
  • diff between 2S ND 4S
  • How to change a filter
  • Found oil in bilges actions
  • Safety measure on lathe machine

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