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Title: Bibliometric analysis on the use of natural fibers in construction materials
Keywords: Civil construction
Building materials
Co-occurrence analysis
Natural fibers
Construção civil
Materiais de construção
Análise de coocorrência
Fibras naturais
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Estonian University of Life Sciences
Citation: FERREIRA, G. M. G. et al. Bibliometric analysis on the use of natural fibers in construction materials. Agronomy Research, [S. l.], v. 19, n. 3, p. 1455-1466, 2021. DOI: 10.15159/ar.21.131.
Abstract: Due to the increasing interest of the population in the sustainability theme, there was a consequent growth in publications related to the theme in the area of civil construction. Agroindustrial waste has become an environmental problem, and with that natural fibers have found space in the reuse of waste due to its characteristics and possibilities of improving the mechanical properties of its products. In order to achieve sustainable construction demand, along with the need to reuse waste, studies have begun to analyze the application of natural fibers in construction materials. The documents provided by the Web of Science (WOS) database through research carried out with the search for the terms ‘Natural Fibers’ and ‘Building materials’ restricted to the period 2010–2020 in the main WOS collection. The institutions involved with the publications, the countries of origin of the documents, the year of publication, the keywords used by the authors and the number of citations for each document were analyzed using bibliometrics in the VOSVIEWER (VOS) software. The result of the analysis shows an increase in documents related to the theme over the years, and that the countries with the most studies in the area are China (16), USA (14) and Brazil (11), respectively. The results presented after analysis of the keywords show that natural fiber (61 occurrences), mechanical properties (44 occurrences) and composites (31 occurrences) are the words with the highest occurrence among the analyzed documents. The present study shows the growth of research related to the theme, in addition to discriminating countries, institutions and authors, which allows monitoring the scientific expansion of the theme and guiding future studies.
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