Science and technology № 6 (1962)

Newsreel №75525, 1 part, duration: 0:10:16
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Camera operators:L.Kairov, Feljdman


1. Born in the fire-about the use of fused basalt for the production of particularly strong tiles. 2. Blood substitute-about the creation of a polyvenal blood substitute at the Institute of Blood Transfusion. 3. Unusual printing house-about the production of furniture made of wood imitating expensive wood species. 4. MAI-301 (hydrofoils)- about the creation of a new model of a hydrofoil vessel in the MAI..

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Factory laboratory.

Cabinet with product samples.

A woman holds a small tile in her hands.

1. Born in the fire.

Open-hearth shop.

Basalt is loaded into the open-hearth furnace.

Pouring fused basalt into molds.

Workers are chipping burrs on basalt tiles.

Laboratory tests: a piece of basalt cast tile is immersed in sulfuric acid.

a piece of marble is immersed in sulfuric acid.

Surface facing with basalt tiles.

2. Blood substitute.

An operation is underway in the operating room.

A blood drip.

Laboratory of the Institute of Blood Transfusion.

Professor L. G. Bogomolova and Z. A. Chaplygina with colleagues.

Polyvenal blood substitute in vials.

Recording of normal cardiac activity.

The test dog is drained of blood.

The heart rate curve went down sharply.

The dog is given polyvenal.

The dog is a few days after the operation.

3. Unusual printing house.

A man holds a walnut board in his hands.

The photographer turns on the light and removes the board.

Retouchers retouch the image.

A typographic cylinder with an exact copy of the drawing.

The shield veneered with cheap wood is impregnated with a primer and sanded.

A drawing is applied to the prepared shield.

Two boards are real walnut and with an imitation pattern.

Polishing the board.

Sideboard "under the nut".

New furniture at the republican wholesale fair.

4. MAI-301.

Hydrofoil boat.

E. G. Izvolsky. - Associate Professor of the Moscow Aviation Institute.

A model of a ship with movable hydrofoils.

Animated diagram of the ship's movement.

Creating a self-propelled model.

Tests of the vessel on the water.

Locations: Leningrad [848] Ukraine


Leningrad Institute of Blood Transfusion Kiev furniture factory named after him. Bazhenova

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