Vladimir Nakoryakov

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Vladimir Nakoryakov
Born (1935-07-26)26 July 1935
Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky, Russian SSR, Soviet Union
Died 1 April 2018(2018-04-01) (aged 82)
Alma mater Tomsk Polytechnic University
Scientific career
Fields Thermal physics, Fluid dynamics

Vladimir Nakoryakov (Russian: Влади́мир Елифе́рьевич Накоря́ков; 26 July 1935 – 1 April 2018) was a Russian scientist in the fields of thermal physics and fluid dynamics. An academician of Russian Academy of Sciences, he joined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1972, and was awarded the USSR State Prize in 1983.

Vladimir Nakoryakov was born in 1935 in Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky (now Zabaykalsky Krai).[1] His father was executed in 1937. Nakoryakov graduated from Tomsk Polytechnic University. In 1982–1985 he was a chancellor of Novosibirsk State University.[2] In 1985–1990 he was a vice-president of general committee of Siberian Division of USSR Academy of Sciences.

In 1986–1997 he was a president of Thermal physics Institution of Siberian Division of USSR Academy of Sciences (Russian Academy of Sciences). He became PhD in 1971 with his thesis "Heat-mass exchange in acoustic field". Nakoryakov worked as a head of  chairs in Novosibirsk State University and Novosibirsk State Technical University. He set down the fundamental basis for the theory of absorptive heat pump, elaborated a sequence of directions of ecologically clean power engineering and electricity-saving techniques. Also, he had been an expert in Nobel Committee for Physics and Chemistry for four years.



  1. ^ "Íàêîðÿêîâ Âëàäèìèð Åëèôåðüåâè÷ (ðîä. 26.07.1935)". nsc.ru. Retrieved 24 March 2015.
  2. ^ "НГУ в лицах Владимир Елиферьевич Накоряков -". nsu.ru. Retrieved 24 March 2015.
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