Robert Scott Frazier, PhD., P.E.
Associate Professor Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
|B.S.||Industrial Engineering and Management, Oklahoma State University, 1993|
|M.S.||Industrial Engineering and Management, Oklahoma State University, 1996|
|Ph.D.||Industrial Engineering and Management, Oklahoma State University, 2006|
Frazier researches industrial ecology mass and energy flow mapping of biofuels processes, biofuels end-use systems (engines, generators, distributed generation), and biofuels related education topics, agricultural process optimization and quality management studies.
“Oklahoma bioenergy production has the promise of being a desirable product both in and outside of the state. The economic ramifications of a thriving Oklahoma bioenergy production business could be very beneficial for our state.”
- Various Ethanol Related Fact Sheets
- Ethanol Article in 2008 Energy Engineering Journal
- Industrial Ecology Mapping Project for Gasification/Fermentation Research
- Small Engine Ethanol Dynamometer Tests
- Gasification/Electrical Generation Demo Unit Research (preliminary)