Nuclear and hydropower facilities

Non-destructive methods for monitoring the condition of objects of increased responsibility

Engineering and geophysical surveys for the design and construction of nuclear and hydropower facilities:

  • bedrock roof mapping
  • determining the level of groundwater and the presence of perched water
  • identification of icy rocks, determination of the position of the top of permafrost rocks
  • study of taliks, cryopegs
  • study of the dynamics of permafrost phenomena (seasonal freezing zones)
  • identification of geological bodies that are dangerous during drilling (vein, formation ice)
  • identification of zones of distribution of specific soils (peat, silt, saline soil, etc.)
  • identification of gas pockets in the upper part of the cut


Study of hazardous engineering-geological processes:

  • landslides
  • quicksand
  • karst phenomena


Study of the engineering-geological situation of territories adjacent to nuclear and hydropower facilities

Monitoring the condition of concrete structures, including underwater parts of the structure

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