AT109272B - Reinforced concrete ceiling composed of previously manufactured reinforced concrete beams and ceiling panels. - Google Patents

Reinforced concrete ceiling composed of previously manufactured reinforced concrete beams and ceiling panels.

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AT109272B
AT109272B AT109272DA AT109272B AT 109272 B AT109272 B AT 109272B AT 109272D A AT109272D A AT 109272DA AT 109272 B AT109272 B AT 109272B
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reinforced concrete
ceiling
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Stefan Sperl
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  Aus vorher hergestellten Eisenbetonbalken und Deckenplatten zusammengesetzte   Eisenbetondecke.   



   Es ist bereits bekannt,   Eisenbetondeeken dadurch herzustellen,   dass auf fertig auf den Bauplatz gebrachte Eisenbetonbalken   Deckenplatten   verlegt werden, auch ist die Herstellung von Eisenbetonbalken aus einzelnen Formsteinen, deren vorstehende Eiseneinlagen miteinander verbunden werden können, in verschiedenen Ausführungsformen bereits bekannt. 



   Die Erfindung besteht in einer besonderen konstruktiven Ausgestaltung derartiger Decken, so dass Balken und Deckenplatten zu einem möglichst tragfähigen Verhundkörper vereinigt sind. ln der Zeichnung ist die Decke gemäss der Erfindung dargestellt, u. zw. zeigt Fig. 1 die Ansicht eines fertig versetzten Trägers a aus den Konsulsteinen   b, den Normalsteinen   und dem Schlussstein in kleinerem Massstabe als die übrigen Figuren, Fig. 2 die Ansicht der Decke mit den Eisenbetonbalken a und den Deckenplatten 7) mit den vorstehenden Rippen   cl,   Fig. 3 die Draufsicht eines Teiles der fertig verlegten Decke, Fig. 4 einen Stoss zweier Steine des Trägers a, das Eingreifen in die Ausnehmungen durch den 
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 welche durch Keile gespannt werden können, Fig.

   fi den Konsolstein b in der Ansicht mit dem vor- stehenden Eisen   c,   Fig. 7 diesen in der Draufsicht mit verbreiterten Enden zum Zwecke der besseren   Verhängung   und Fig. 8 die Ansicht eines Trägersteines mit dem stufenförmigen Absatz für die
Deckenplatten. 



   Gemäss der Erfindung übergreifen die Deckenplatten   zu   mittels ihrer vorspringenden Rippen   d   immer je zwei Träger ; die Deckenplatten selbst greifen mittels   seh walbenschwanzartiger   Vorsprünge q ineinander ein. Durch diese Ausgestaltung der Träger und der Deckenplatten werden beide Teile zu einem einheitlich statisch wirkenden Körper verbunden. Die Verankerung mit dem Mauerwerk ist dadurch gegeben, dass die Konsolsteine beim Auflager verbreitert sind und von Mauer zu Mauer durch den   nachträglich   zu betonierenden Betonrost eine gute Verspannung bieten. 



   Ein Vorteil der Decke besteht auch darin, dass eine Einschalung entfällt und an Stelle dieser bloss eine Versetzschablone tritt, welche nach   Erhärtung   des Mörtels entfernt werden kann, um wieder der Verwendung zugeführt zu werden. Ein weiterer Vorteil wird dadurch erzielt, dass unmittelbar nach
Verlegung der Deckenplatten ohne besondere Vorkehrungen'die Maurerpartien darauf arbeiten können. 



   Die   Anbringung der Stukkaturung kann durch Drähte erfolgen,   die an den Stellen, wo die   Zugeisen   ver- bunden sind, an diesen befestigt sind. 



   Durch die   fabriksmässige   Erzeugung der Elemente werden auch wesentliche Ersparnisse an Material erzielt. 



   PATENT-ANSPRÜCHE :
1. Aus vorher hergestellten Eisenbetonbalken und Deckenplatten zusammengesetzte Eisen-   betondeeke,   dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass die die Eisenbetonbalken (a) mittels vorspringender
Randleisten   , übergreifenden Deckenplatten untereinander mittels sehwalbenschwanzförmiger  
Vorsprünge (q) bzw. Ausnehmungen ineinandergreifen. 

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  Reinforced concrete ceiling composed of previously manufactured reinforced concrete beams and ceiling panels.



   It is already known to manufacture reinforced concrete ceilings by laying ceiling panels on reinforced concrete beams that have already been brought to the construction site, and the production of reinforced concrete beams from individual shaped stones, the protruding iron inserts of which can be connected to one another, is already known in various embodiments.



   The invention consists in a special structural design of such ceilings, so that beams and ceiling panels are combined to form a verhund body that is as load-bearing as possible. In the drawing, the ceiling according to the invention is shown, u. Zw. Fig. 1 shows the view of a completely offset support a from the consul stones b, the normal stones and the keystone on a smaller scale than the other figures, Fig. 2 shows the view of the ceiling with the reinforced concrete beams a and the ceiling panels 7) with the above Ribs cl, Fig. 3 the top view of part of the completely laid ceiling, Fig. 4 a joint of two stones of the carrier a, the engagement in the recesses through the
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 which can be clamped by wedges, Fig.

   fi the console block b in the view with the protruding iron c, FIG. 7 this in the plan view with widened ends for the purpose of better hanging and FIG. 8 the view of a carrier block with the stepped shoulder for the
Ceiling tiles.



   According to the invention, the ceiling panels always extend over two carriers by means of their projecting ribs d; the ceiling tiles themselves interlock with one another by means of projections q that are very dovetailed. With this configuration of the carrier and the ceiling panels, both parts are connected to form a uniformly statically acting body. The anchoring with the masonry is given by the fact that the bracket stones are widened at the support and offer good bracing from wall to wall thanks to the concrete grating that is subsequently concreted.



   Another advantage of the ceiling is that there is no formwork and instead of this there is only a transfer template, which can be removed after the mortar has hardened in order to be used again. Another advantage is that immediately after
Laying of the ceiling tiles without special precautions that bricklayers can work on.



   The stucco can be attached by means of wires that are attached to the points where the pull bars are connected.



   Substantial savings in material are also achieved through the fact that the elements are produced in the factory.



   PATENT CLAIMS:
1. Reinforced concrete ceiling composed of previously manufactured reinforced concrete beams and ceiling panels, characterized in that the reinforced concrete beams (a) by means of protruding
Edge strips, overlapping ceiling tiles one below the other by means of barnacles
Projections (q) or recesses interlock.

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2. Aus vorher hergestellten Eisenbetonbalken und Deckenplatten zusammengesetzte Eisen- betondecke nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass die Eisenbetonbalken (a) aus Formsteinen zusammengesetzt sind, die mittels der vorstehenden Eiseneinlagen (e) in an sich bekannter Weise mit- <Desc/Clms Page number 2> EMI2.1 EMI2.2 2. Reinforced concrete ceiling composed of previously manufactured reinforced concrete beams and ceiling panels according to claim 1, characterized in that the reinforced concrete beams (a) are composed of shaped stones which are provided in a manner known per se by means of the above iron inserts (e) <Desc / Clms Page number 2> EMI2.1 EMI2.2
AT109272D 1926-08-07 1926-08-07 Reinforced concrete ceiling composed of previously manufactured reinforced concrete beams and ceiling panels. AT109272B (en)

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Cited By (1)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
DE1021997B (en) * 1955-05-25 1958-01-02 Leuna Werke Iawalter Ulbrichti Building plate for two-sided support on narrow intermediate supports

Cited By (1)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
DE1021997B (en) * 1955-05-25 1958-01-02 Leuna Werke Iawalter Ulbrichti Building plate for two-sided support on narrow intermediate supports

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