Francis Manning - Faculty & Adjuncts

Francis Manning, PhD

Francis Manning, PhD
Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Chemical Engineering
918-631-2977 Keplinger Hall Room 3375

Education

PhD – Princeton University MSE – Princeton University BEng – McGill University

Bio

During the last 50 years, Frank Manning has taught nearly every undergraduate ChE course, six different graduate ChE courses, five engineering core courses, and three petroleum refining and production courses. Manning served as principal and/or co-investigator in more than 40 research grants, advised 51 MS, 25 PhD, and two post-doctoral students and published over 70 papers and three books. Professional Engineer (OK & PA)

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Rajganesh, B.; Selvaraj, P. T.; Manning, F. S.; and Sublette, K. L., “Biotreatment of Produced Water for Removal of Sulfides, Organics and Toxicity”, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 51/52, 735-746 (1995).

  • Sublette, Kerry L. and Manning, F. S., “Dehydration of Crude Oil”, in Oilfield Processing, Vol. II: Crude Oil by F. S. Manning and R. E. Thompson, PennWell Books, Tulsa, OK (1995).

Books

  • Sublette, Kerry L., Harris, Thomas M. and Manning, Francis S. (Editors), Environmental Issues and Solutions in Petroleum Exploration, Production and Refining, PennWell Books, Tulsa, OK (1994).

Book Chapters

  • Sublette, Kerry L. and Manning, F. S., “Desalting of Crude Oil”, in Oilfield Processing, Vol. II: Crude Oil by F. S. Manning and R. E. Thompson, PennWell Books, Tulsa, OK (1995).

Awards & Honors

  • Lynch Memorial Prize
  • Outstanding Teacher Award