Modern methods of engineering - geological surveys for construction. (1989)

Documentary №51865, 2 parts, duration: 0:19:29
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:Rodichev D.


Training film for university students studying surveying.

Reel №1

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Cathedral Square in the Kremlin.

High-rise buildings.

Factory pipe.

The factory building under construction.

The dam.

A field with flowers.

View of the forest from the plane.


A crack in the production building.

Deformation of the walls of a residential building.

The fault of the road.

Subsidence of the soil.

The curvature of railway tracks.

The collapse of the building.

The river bank cliff.

Geologist at the rock.

Geologists take soil samples.

Measurement of the natural radiation of the rock.

Based on the results of field surveys, a geological profile and a map of the studied area are compiled.

A helicopter and an airplane are flying.

Aerial photography is being performed.

Space photography.


The geological profile of the area is visible on the shooting.

Satellite images make it possible to study the structure of rocks over a large area.

Processing of satellite images.

Aerial photography research.

The scheme of drains obtained from the results of aerial photography.

Ground-based phototheodolite photography is processed on stereo devices.

This treatment allows you to study the fine structure and fracturing of rocks.

Portable seismic survey station.

A falling load is used as a source of seismic waves.

The measurement results are recorded by a photo-oscilloscope.

A cartoon explaining the principle of operation of a seismic survey station.

The layering of alluvial rocks is determined by electrovertical sounding.

Electric current is supplied from two earths.

A cartoon explaining a similar method.

Key words

Aerial photography.
Space photography.
Phototheodolite photography.
Seismic exploration.
Electric sounding.

Calendar: 1989

Reel №2

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Drilling rigs for the study of rocks.

With the help of a core pipe, the core is removed from the well.

According to it, the composition of the rocks is found out.

A cartoon explaining the study of rocks by sounding.

Soil sounding.

Alluvial rocks are tested in the laboratory, for this purpose a monolith is separated from the soil mass.

It is covered with paraffin and marked.

Laboratory of the Institute of Foundations and Foundations.

Soil studies are being conducted.

Soil sample after testing.

The study of groundwater.

A cartoon explaining hydrological research.

Destruction of the building layout when simulating changes in the groundwater level.

Cartoon explaining the study of fracturing and filtration properties of rocks.

New buildings.



Key words

Soil research.
Hydrological research.

Calendar: 1989

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