Nikolay RYKALIN, USSR Specialist in metal welding. Professor 1946; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1953; associate, Institute of Metallurgy, USSR Academy of Science, since 1953; Chairman, USSR National Committee on Welding.
RYKALIN, Nikolay was born in 1903.
1929 graduated Far Eastern University, Vladivostok.
Specialist in theory and methods of calculating thermal processes in welding. 1930-1937 instructor, Far Eastern Polytechn. Institute; 1936-1939 associate, Central Research Institute of Industry Installations, Moscow.
1936-1946 simultaneously instructor, and 1946-1953 Professor, Moscow Higher Technology School. 1943-1948 instructor, Moscow Civil Engineering Institute. 1939-1953 associate, Section for Research on Problems of Electronic Welding and Electrothermics, Institute of Machine Science, USSR Academy of Science.
Since 1959 full member, Serbian Academy of Sciences.
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