Fully automated catalytic cracking test unit

Authors

  • Mark C. Wagner,

    1. ARCO Petroleum Products Co., Harvey, Ill 60426
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    • M.C. Wagner is a process development engineer for the Atlantic Richfield Company, Harvey, Illinois. His current responsibilities involve development of FCC feed hydrotreating technologies. Previously, he worked on a number of FCC projects, which included the cracking of residuum and the development of ARCO's SO, reducing catalyst, HRD-276. He received a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology in 1979 and is a member of Tau Beta Pi.

  • William H. Humes,

    1. ARCO Petroleum Products Co., Harvey, Ill 60426
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    • W. H. Humes earned his B.S.ChE. and M.S.ChE. degrees at the University of Pittsburgh. At present, he is a senior engineer in process licensing at Atlantic Richfield's Harvey Technical Center.

  • Louis M. Magnabosco

    1. ARCO Petroleum Products Co., Harvey, Ill 60426
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    • L. M. Magnabosco is currently Manager of Process Development for Atlantic Richfield Petroleum Products Company at their Harvey Research Center. He obtained a Dr. Sc. Tech. in 1967 from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. He has been involved in various areas of petroleum refining technology, including FCC SO reduction.


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