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Previous Year Exam Questions for Mining Geology - MG of 2019 - BPUT by Bput Toppers

  • Mining Geology - MG
  • 2019
  • PYQ
  • Biju Patnaik University of Technology Rourkela Odisha - BPUT
  • Mining Engineering
  • B.Tech
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Registration No : Total Number of Pages : 01 B.Tech PCMN4202 4th Semester Back Examination 2018-19 GEOLOGY BRANCH : MINING Time : 3 Hours Max Marks : 70 Q.CODE : F1008 Answer Question No.1 which is compulsory and any FIVE from the rest. The figures in the right hand margin indicate marks. Q1 Answer the following questions : What is phacolith? Define kettle lake. Define weathering. What is apparent dip? What is relationship between apparent dip and true dip? What is tsunami? What is pillow lava? What is graben? What is monoclinic system? Define aquitard? Define perched aquifer. (2 x 10) (5) b) Describe the parabolic dunes, barchans and transverse dunes with neat sketch. Describe alluvial fan, delta and ox-bow lake. Q3 a) b) Describe different types of joint. Describe the parts of fault with neat sketch. (5) (5) Q4 a) b) Describe brittle and ductile deformation. Describe anticline, synclinal antiform and recumbent fold. (5) (5) Q5 a) Describe the symmetry elements present in orthorhombic system and cubic system. Describe the structure of sedimentary rocks relevant for paleocurrent estimation. (5) Describe the general characteristics feature of schist, gneiss and slate. Describe the classification of igneous rock with respect to chemical composition and depth of formation. (5) (5) Describe color, streak, lusture, cleavage and hardness of minerals. (10) a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) Q2 a) b) Q6 a) b) Q7 Q8 a) b) c) d) Write short answer on any TWO : Physical properties of quartz and hornblende. Physical properties of muscovite and feldspar. Describe the parts of dam with neat sketch. Describe limestone and sandstone in terms of texture and mineralogy. (5) (5) (5 x 2)

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