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MEO Class 4

Safety: 
  • Certificates issued by port state and flag state and who sings them 
  • safety radio certificate 
  • CO2 10 yearly checks 
  • hypermist system and what's the tank capacity 
  • safety equipment certificate 
  • Fire main safety all
  • Emergency fire pump
  • Sewage discharge criteria with bod regulations
  • Water ingress alarm system full related to chap 12 
  • Trajectory certificates
  • Fire man outfit explain
  • If fire line bust what action u will take?
  • IG system
  • Deck seal
  • Marpol annexes
  • Annex 6 in brief 
  • ISM
  • ISPS 
  • Security levels
  • Garboard & bilge strake?
  • Fire control plan location and contents
  • Annex 5 regulations
  • Garbage management plan
  • Annex 6 pollutants regulations and certificates
  • Solas chapters
  • DOC
  • Annex 4 regulation and discharge criteria
  • Annex 6 nox and sox value for tier 2 and 3. 
  • Components in annexe 6
  • What are components on board for distress signal
  • Scrubber tower test before discharging cargo. 

Motor:
  • Tortion Box
  • Which e/r machinery come under IAPPC
  • Bilge Discharge criteria
  • ell me about mechanism to resist rolling
  •  Specially about active and passive tanks
  • IHP/BHP/SHP
  • Hot corrosion, cold corrosion, catfines
  • Stuffing box construction
  • Piston rings construction. 
  • Creep, fatigue
  • Boiler staring from cold
  • Purifier running at low at rpm
  • Centrifugal pump O/H
  • Piston calibration
  • Piston ring clearances
  • Fuel. Injector testing
  • What happens if purifier running at high current
  • Centrifugal pump clearances
  • Unit overhaul
  • Work permit onboard
  • Centrifugal p/p overhaul
  • Bunker tank not heating reasons.
  • Die nut
  • Function of hunting lever
  • Boiler water priming reasons
  • Difference between 2s & 4s crankcase lube oil and reason for the difference
  • Cyl liner wear reasons?

MEP:
  • What is d reason if purifier rpm is less and draws more current.
  • Boiler water tests (explain chloride test  )
  • Why phosphate test is done.
  • Lube oil tests.
  • What is your action if intercooler tube is leaking.
  • What is your action if lube oil temperature is increasing.
  • What is your action if u find oil in d hot well.
  • What to do if chloride content in d boiler is high.
  • How much should be the chloride content.
  • How to blow down the boiler, procedure.
  • What is wire drawing effect
  • Crank case inspection 
  • How to check oil without using unitor equipment. 
  • What is drop test ( lube oil )
  • Steam trap.
  • Purifier running and current reduces less than rated current . why ? 
  • Bumping clearance . how to take ? Why is it called bumping clearance ? What are indications that bumping clearance has increased ?
  • Working of lube oil differential cut in ref. Cross questions. 
  • Auxiliary engine crank case inspection .. Which all bearing clearances to take, how to take .
  • Heat treatment process , explain nitriding .
  • JCW treatment .
  • Oil in observation tank .action
  • Ows cleaning procedure 
  • Action on boiler trips
  • Fuel pump timing setting 
  • Fwd bilge valve o'haul in place and what all checks to be carried out
  • A.E. lube oil leaking from crankcase doors reasons?
  • M.E. not starting on air, reasons?
  • Centrifugal pp is open and what checks to be carried out on it, clearances, how to check shaft trueness

Electrical: 
  • AVR
  • power factor.. What was the value of it on your ship 
  • 6 machineries on preferential trip and their setting for tripping and time 
  • motors on board 
  • Faraday law of EMI 
  • Types of battery
  • Lead acid cell components
  • Specific gravity in charged and discharged condition
  • Reluctance
  • Can battery be used to power inductive and capacitive circuit
  • Types of starter
  • Difference in star delta and auto-transformer starter
  • ICCP complete
  • Its advantages

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