CN212715318U - Modular building, modular data center and modular building group - Google Patents

Modular building, modular data center and modular building group Download PDF

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CN212715318U
CN212715318U CN202020907054.7U CN202020907054U CN212715318U CN 212715318 U CN212715318 U CN 212715318U CN 202020907054 U CN202020907054 U CN 202020907054U CN 212715318 U CN212715318 U CN 212715318U
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李道全
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    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
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    • E04FFINISHING WORK ON BUILDINGS, e.g. STAIRS, FLOORS
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    • E04HBUILDINGS OR LIKE STRUCTURES FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES; SWIMMING OR SPLASH BATHS OR POOLS; MASTS; FENCING; TENTS OR CANOPIES, IN GENERAL
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    • E04HBUILDINGS OR LIKE STRUCTURES FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES; SWIMMING OR SPLASH BATHS OR POOLS; MASTS; FENCING; TENTS OR CANOPIES, IN GENERAL
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Abstract

The application provides a modularization building, modularization data center and modularization building crowd, and the modularization building includes: the multi-face wall comprises partition walls and side walls; the roof is in a flat plate shape and is connected with the upper end part of the side wall; the roof, the multi-surface wall and the ground form a main structure of the modular building with an air duct; the suspended ceiling plate is arranged below the roof; the hot return air channel is formed between the ceiling board and the roof at least partially; the upright post extends along the vertical direction; the crossbeam, the crossbeam extends along the horizontal direction, and the crossbeam is connected in the upper end of stand, and the crossbeam sets up outside the space that the multiaspect wall body was injectd. Through adopting above-mentioned technical scheme, set up the crossbeam outside the space that the wall body was injectd, avoided because the crossbeam occupies the space of hot return air passageway and blocks the air current and return the computer lab air conditioner through hot return air passageway, improved the utilization ratio of furred ceiling space as hot return air passageway.

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Modular building, modular data center and modular building group
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the building field, concretely relates to modularization building, modularization data center and modularization building crowd.
Background
With the rapid development of the communication industry, the demand on data centers is increasing day by day, and the data centers constructed by the traditional reinforced concrete frame type have long construction period and high cost. The modular data center in the prior art is mainly a miniaturized and container-type data machine room, and the number of cabinets capable of being installed is small. For a large modular data center, in order to increase the number of cabinets that can be installed per unit area, the problem of heat dissipation inside a building needs to be solved.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model aims at providing a modularization building, modularization data center and modularization building crowd sets up the hot return air passageway that the air volume is enough big in limited house height, improves the heat-sinking capability of building.
The present application provides in a first aspect a modular building with air ducts, the modular building with air ducts comprising:
the multi-face wall comprises partition walls and side walls;
a roof having a flat plate shape, the roof being connected to an upper end portion of the side wall;
the multi-face wall body is arranged on the ground, and the roof, the multi-face wall body and the ground form a main body structure of the modular building with the air duct;
a ceiling tile disposed below the roof;
a hot return air duct, at least a portion of which is formed between the ceiling tile and the roof, for discharging high temperature air inside the ducted modular building out of the ducted modular building;
a column extending in a vertical direction; and
the crossbeam, the crossbeam extends along the horizontal direction, the crossbeam connect in the upper end of stand, the crossbeam set up in outside the space that multiaspect wall body was injectd.
Preferably, the modular building with the air duct further comprises an air supply channel, the air supply channel is used for introducing outside cold air into the modular building with the air duct, a cabinet is arranged inside the modular building with the air duct, the air supply channel is formed between the ceiling plate and the cabinet, and the air supply channel and the hot return air channel are divided.
Preferably, the roof is inclined downward by a gradient formed in a first direction, and the partition wall is located on a downstream side in the first direction.
Preferably, the roof is provided with rainwater holes, the rainwater holes are positioned on the lower side of the roof, and the rainwater holes are positioned outside the range limited by the multi-surface wall body.
Preferably, a ground base is arranged below the ground, and the upright post is connected with the ground base through welding.
Preferably, the modular building with the air ducts is provided with a plurality of floors, and the connecting parts between the upper floor and the lower floor of the modular building with the air ducts are connected through welding.
The second aspect of the present application provides a modular data center, where the modular data center includes a machine room and an air conditioning room, and the machine room is the modular building with an air duct according to any one of the above technical solutions.
Preferably, the machine room is communicated with the air conditioning room through an air supply opening and an air return opening, the air supply channel is communicated with the air conditioning room through the air supply opening, and the hot air return channel is communicated with the air conditioning room through the air return opening.
Preferably, the cross member is disposed inside the air-conditioning room at a portion where the machine room and the air-conditioning room are connected.
Preferably, the air conditioner room is located at a downstream side in the first direction of the machine room, and the roof of the machine room is provided with a rain water hole located within a range of the air conditioner room.
A third aspect of the present application provides a modular building complex, comprising a first building and a second building, the first building and the second building being connected together, the first building being the modular building with an air duct according to any one of the above aspects, the roof of the first building being inclined downward to form a slope in a first direction, the first building being located on a downstream side of the second building in the first direction, and the roof of the second building and the roof of the first building being vertically spaced apart.
By adopting the technical scheme, at least one of the following beneficial effects can be obtained.
(1) Through setting up the crossbeam outside the space that the wall body was injectd, avoided the crossbeam to occupy the space of hot return air passageway, blockked the air current and passed through hot return air passageway, improved the heat-sinking capability of building.
(2) The rainwater hole through the roof sets up outside the scope that the wall body was prescribed a limit to, reduces the risk that the rack in the modularization building is drenched by the rainwater.
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Fig. 1 shows an internal structural schematic diagram of a modular data center according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 2 shows an internal structure diagram of a partial area of a machine room of a modular data center according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 3 shows a cross-sectional view of a machine room of a modular data center according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 4 illustrates a partial top view of a modular data center (showing internal structure) according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 5 shows a schematic structural diagram of a machine room and a ground base of a modular data center according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 6 shows a schematic structural diagram of an upper-layer machine room and a lower-layer machine room of a modular data center according to an embodiment of the present invention.
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300-channel room of 100 machine room 200 air-conditioning room
1 upright 11 weld
2 Cross member
3 roof 31 plate 32 heat preservation layer 33 rain hole
4 wall 41 and 42 side walls
5 ceiling plate 51 opening
6 channel partition
7 ground 71 foundation part
8 rack 81 passageway 82 shrouding
S1 air supply channel S2 hot return air channel
H vertical direction L horizontal direction a first direction.
Detailed Description
Exemplary embodiments of the present invention are described below with reference to the accompanying drawings. It should be understood that the detailed description is only intended to teach one skilled in the art how to practice the invention, and is not intended to exhaust all possible ways of practicing the invention, nor is it intended to limit the scope of the invention.
As shown in fig. 1 to 6, the present application provides a modular building with air ducts (hereinafter, sometimes referred to as "modular building"), the modular building includes columns 1, beams 2, a roof 3, walls 4 and a floor 7, the columns 1 and the beams 2 can support the modular building, and the roof 3, the walls 4 and the floor 7 enclose a main structure of the modular building and divide the interior and the exterior of the modular building. The top of the modular building is the roof 3, the bottom of the modular building is the ground 7, the ground 7 can be poured concrete or laid plate, and a foundation part 71 for fixing the upright 1 is arranged below the ground 7.
Specifically, the modular building as a whole may be a house of a cubic shape surrounded by the roof 3, the wall 4, and the floor 7. The wall body 4 includes a partition wall 41 and a side wall 42, and the partition wall 41 is used to partition the modular building and an air-conditioning compartment 200 described later. The column 1 is columnar extending in the vertical direction H, and the lower end of the column 1 is connected to the ground base 71. The cross member 2 is a columnar shape extending in a horizontal direction L (for example, a left-right direction), and the cross member 2 is connected to an upper end portion of the column 1. The roof 3 is connected to the uprights 1 and/or cross-members 2, and the uprights 1 and/or cross-members 2 can support the roof 3. The walls 4 extend in a vertical direction H, the walls 4 enclosing a side wall of the house, e.g. the walls 4 may enclose a rectangle, the lower end of the walls 4 being supported on the ground 7 and the upper end of the side wall 42 being connected to the roof 3.
As shown in fig. 1 and 2, the cabinet 8 is disposed inside the modular building, the cabinet 8 is placed on the ground 7, and the cabinet 8 can be installed on a construction site where the modular building is built. Inside the modular building, several cabinets 8 are arranged closely in rows and rows, with aisles 81 formed between two adjacent rows of cabinets 8. For example, the interior of a modular building may have 6 rows of 16 cabinets 8 per row.
As shown in fig. 2, an air supply path S1 and a warm return air path S2 are formed inside the modular building, the air supply path S1 is used to introduce cold air from the outside (for example, an air conditioning room 200 described below) into the modular building, the warm return air path S2 is used to discharge warm air, which absorbs heat dissipated by the operation of the cabinet 8 inside the modular building, out of the modular building, and the purpose of dissipating heat from the cabinet 8 is achieved by the circulation of the cold air and the warm air.
The modular building further comprises a ceiling panel 5, a duct partition 6 and a sealing plate 82, and the supply duct S1 and the warm return duct S2 are partitioned by the ceiling panel 5, the duct partition 6 and the sealing plate 82. The ceiling board 5 is located below the roof 3, the ceiling board 5 extends in the horizontal direction L, a space between the ceiling board 5 and the roof 3 may be approximately 70 cm, and an upper end portion of the partition wall 41 may be connected to the ceiling board 5. The ceiling tile 5 is provided with an opening 51, the opening 51 being located above the aisle 81 between the two rows of cabinets 8. The upper end of the channel partition 6 is connected to the ceiling plate 5, the lower end of the channel partition 6 is connected to the cabinet 8, the channel partition 6 is disposed at an edge position of the opening 51, and the channel partition 6 extends in the vertical direction H. The end to end of the part of the passageway 81 below the opening 51 is provided with a sealing plate 82, the lower end of the sealing plate 82 extends to the ground 7, and the upper end of the sealing plate 82 extends to the ceiling plate 5.
The air supply duct S1 is formed between the ceiling panel 5 and the cabinet 8, and the portion of the ceiling panel 5 above the cabinet 8, which does not have the opening 51, and the duct partition 6 and the cabinet 8 enclose an air supply duct S1.
The warm return air passage S2 includes a horizontal portion that is a passage extending in the horizontal direction L between the ceiling plate 5 and the roof 3, and a vertical portion that is a passage of the aisle 81 to the opening 51 of the ceiling plate 5, the horizontal portion and the vertical portion communicating through the opening 51 of the ceiling plate 5. By providing the vertical portion, the area of the warm return air passage S2 can be increased.
It is understood that the opening 51 of the ceiling panel 5 may be formed above the aisles 81 at intervals, and the opening 51 of the ceiling panel 5 may be formed above each aisle 81, and the supply air passage S1 and the warm return air passage S2 may be separated by the ceiling panel 5 and the passage partition 6 at the opening 51.
Referring to fig. 1, the cross member 2 is spaced apart from the wall surface 4 as viewed in the vertical direction H, and the columns 1 and the cross member 2 are disposed outside the space defined by the wall surface 4 of the modular building, so that the cross member 2 is located outside the warm return air path S2.
It will be appreciated that locating the cross member 2 outside the space defined by the wall surfaces 4 in a modular building of the same area and height allows the cross member 4 to be located outside the space defined by the warm return air channel S2, thereby providing the same height throughout the warm return air channel S2 and a larger cross-sectional area of the warm return air channel S2 for greater heat dissipation in the modular building. The cross member 4 is prevented from occupying the space of the warm return air path S2 and blocking the air flow through the warm return air path S2.
It will be appreciated that because of transportation limitations, particularly on land transportation, typically modular buildings having a height of no more than 4.5 meters, the height of the warm return air duct S2 is limited by the height of the modular building, so keeping the warm return air duct S2 clear is an important factor in ensuring the heat dissipation capacity of the modular building.
As shown in fig. 3 and 4, the roof 3 includes a panel 31 and an insulating layer 32, and the panel 31 is located above the insulating layer 32. The roof 3 may be sloped downwardly in a first direction a to form a slope, the sloped roof 3 helping to concentrate rain together. The slope of the roof may be 1%, for example the length of the roof 3 in the first direction a is 13.5 metres, the height of the higher end and the lower end of the roof 3 differing by 135 millimetres. The partition wall 41 is located on the downstream side in the first direction a.
The roof 3 is provided with a rain water hole 33, and the rain water hole 33 is located on the lower side of the roof 3. The rainwater hole 33 may be connected to a rainwater pipe, which may extend in a vertical direction to guide rainwater falling on the roof 3 downward. The rainwater holes 33 are located outside the range defined by the wall surface 4 of the modular building, and the risk that the cabinet 8 of the modular building is wetted by rainwater is reduced.
As shown in fig. 5 and 6, the column 1 of the machine room 100 is connected to the foundation 71 by welding. The machine room 100 may be provided with multiple layers, for example, two layers, where the columns 1 of the upper and lower machine rooms 100 are connected by welding, and the upper and lower ends of the column 1 are welded portions 11.
It will be appreciated that due to transportation limitations, particularly on land, the height of the modular building will normally not exceed 4.5 metres and the connection of the uprights 1 by welding will maximise the height of the floor within the machine room 100 without the need for the height of the legs of the bolts to affect the height of the floor within the modular building as would be the case if a threaded connection were used.
As shown in fig. 1, the present application also proposes a modular data center, which includes a machine room 100, an air-conditioning room 200, and a gateway room 300. The machine room 100 and the air-conditioning room 200 are adjacently arranged, the partition wall 41 separates the machine room 100 and the air-conditioning room 200, the machine room 100 and the air-conditioning room 200 are communicated through an air supply opening and an air return opening, a door can be arranged on the wall 4 of the machine room 100, and the machine room 100 can be accessed through the door. An air conditioner 201 is arranged in the air conditioning room 200, the air conditioner is provided with an air supply pipe and a return air pipe, the air supply pipe capable of conveying cold air is connected with an air supply outlet, and the return air pipe capable of sucking air is connected with a return air inlet. The gateway room 300 may be used to place fire fighting equipment, lay pipes, etc., and the gateway room 300 and the air-conditioning room 200 may be communicated through doors. The machine room 100 of the modular data center is the above-described modular building with air ducts.
In the modular data center, the air supply outlet and the air return outlet are provided at a portion where the machine room 100 and the air-conditioned room 200 are connected, the air supply passage S1 communicates with the air-conditioned room 200 through the air supply outlet, and the hot air return passage S2 communicates with the air-conditioned room 200 through the air return outlet. The cross member 2 located at a portion where the machine room 100 and the air-conditioned room 200 are connected is provided inside the air-conditioned room 200.
The machine room 100 is lower in height at one side close to the air-conditioned room 200, the rain holes of the roof 3 are close to the connection position of the machine room 100 and the air-conditioned room 200, and in fig. 1, the roof 3 is higher in height at the right side and lower in height at the left side. The rainwater hole 33 is located the within range of air-conditioning room 200, and the downspout is located air-conditioning room 200 to avoid the downspout to reveal and make the rainwater get into computer lab 100, reduce the risk that the equipment in computer lab 100 is drenched by the rainwater.
As shown in fig. 1, the present application also proposes a modular building group, which includes a first building and a second building, the first building being a machine room 100 of a modular data center, and the second building being another modular building. The first building is located on the downstream side in the first direction a of the second building, for example, the right side of the machine room 100 of the modular data center in fig. 1 is also provided with a second building (not shown), and the first building and the second building are connected together.
The roof of the first building slopes downwardly in the first direction a and the roof of the second building is spaced apart from the roof 3 of the machine room 100 in the vertical direction H and is discontinuous so that the first building and the second building can have a similar height and the heated return air duct S2 of the first building can have a high height and a large cross-sectional area.
It will be appreciated that due to transportation limitations, particularly on land transportation, the height of the modular building will normally not exceed 4.5 metres, and if the machine room 100 is formed integrally with the roof 3 of the second building as a continuous downwardly sloping ramp in the first direction a, the overall height of the first building will be affected, and hence the height of the warm return air duct S2.

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1. A modular building with air ducts, characterized in that it comprises:
a multi-face wall (4), wherein the multi-face wall (4) comprises a partition wall (41) and a side wall (42);
a roof (3), wherein the roof (3) is in a flat plate shape, and the roof (3) is connected to the upper end part of the side wall (42);
the ground (7) is provided with the multi-face wall (4), the roof (3), the multi-face wall (4) and the ground (7) enclose a main structure of the modular building with the air duct;
a ceiling plate (5), the ceiling plate (5) being disposed below the roof (3);
a warm return air channel (S2), at least part of which (S2) is formed between the ceiling tile (5) and the roof (3), the warm return air channel (S2) being for discharging high temperature air inside the ducted modular building out of the ducted modular building;
a column (1), the column (1) extending in a vertical direction (H); and
crossbeam (2), crossbeam (2) extend along horizontal direction (L), crossbeam (2) connect in the upper end of stand (1), crossbeam (2) set up in outside the space that multiaspect wall body (4) was prescribed a limit to.
2. The modular building with duct according to claim 1, characterized in that the modular building with duct further comprises an air supply passage (S1), the air supply passage (S1) is used for introducing outside cold air into the modular building with duct, a cabinet (8) is provided inside the modular building with duct, the air supply passage (S1) is formed between the ceiling plate (5) and the cabinet (8), and the air supply passage (S1) and the hot return air passage (S2) are divided.
3. The modular building with air ducts according to claim 1, characterized in that the roof (3) is inclined downward with a gradient in a first direction (a), and the partition wall (41) is located on a downstream side in the first direction (a).
4. The modular building with air ducts according to claim 1, characterized in that the roof (3) is provided with rain water holes (33), the rain water holes (33) being located on the side of the roof (3) having the lower height, the rain water holes (33) being located outside the range defined by the multi-faced wall (4).
5. The modular building with air ducts according to claim 1, characterized in that a ground base (71) is provided below the ground (7), the uprights (1) being connected to the ground base (71) by welding.
6. The modular building with air ducts according to claim 1, wherein the modular building with air ducts is provided with a plurality of floors, and the connecting portions between the modular building with air ducts of the upper floor and the lower floor are connected by welding.
7. A modular data center, characterized in that it comprises a machine room (100) and an air-conditioning room (200), the machine room (100) being a modular building with air ducts according to any one of claims 1 to 6.
8. The modular data center of claim 7, wherein the machine room (100) and the air-conditioned room (200) communicate with each other through a supply air outlet and a return air outlet, the supply air path (S1) communicates with the air-conditioned room (200) through the supply air outlet, and the warm return air path (S2) communicates with the air-conditioned room (200) through the return air outlet.
9. Modular data center according to claim 7, characterized in that the cross-beams (2) are arranged inside the conditioned space (200) in the part where the machine room (100) and the conditioned space (200) are connected.
10. Modular data center according to claim 7, characterized in that the air-conditioning room (200) is located at the downstream side in the first direction (A) of the machine room (100), the roof (3) of the machine room being provided with a rain water hole (33), the rain water hole (33) being located within the range of the air-conditioning room (200).
11. A modular building complex, characterized in that the modular building complex comprises a first building and a second building, the first building and the second building being connected together, the first building being the modular building with air ducts of any one of claims 1 to 6, the roof of the first building sloping downwardly forming a slope in a first direction (a), the first building being located on a downstream side of the second building in the first direction (a), the roof of the second building and the roof of the first building being spaced apart in a vertical direction (H).
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