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Title: Bibliometric analysis in brake disc: an overview Análisis bibliométrico en frenos de disco: una visión general
Authors: García-Léon, Ricardo Andres
Gomez-Camperos, July Andrea
Jaramillo, Haidee
Keywords: Scientometric; Brake disc; Geometry; Bibliometric analysis; Trends (en)
Issue Date: 10-May-2021
Publisher: Pedro Nel Benjumea Hernández
Citation: García-León RA, Gomez-Camperos J, Jaramillo H. Bibliometric analysis in brake disc: an overview. DYNA [Internet]. 10 de mayo de 2021 [citado 30 de septiembre de 2021];88(217):23-31. Disponible en:
Series/Report no.: INGAP;ART074
Abstract: In this article, the Bibliometric analysis of the study of disc brakes in automotive applications was carried out. The main objective of this work is to present a historical analysis of the behavior and evolution of the publication of publications related to the subject of disc brakes across the years; for this purpose, the R package Bibliometrix and VOSviewer were used, and the data was collected from the Scopus database using three keywords (Brakes, Disk, and analysis). The results showed that a total of 1,584 documents published mainly in English, the growth rate of this topic is 8.78% from 1964 to 2020, taking into account the first publication in this important area of the automotive industry. The analyzed articles were published by 2,971 authors from different parts of the world, with authors from China predominant, followed by India and the United States. Finally, the most representative journal on this topic is SAE Technical Articles with 241 articles, followed by Wear with 40 publications, which belong to quartile Q2 and Q1, respectively. On the other hand, current trends in publications are based on the optimization of the mechanical and chemical properties of the materials and components used in disc brakes, mainly related to geometry and performance.
ISSN: 0012-7353
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