CN220666601U - Wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate - Google Patents

Wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate Download PDF

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CN220666601U
CN220666601U CN202322059952.8U CN202322059952U CN220666601U CN 220666601 U CN220666601 U CN 220666601U CN 202322059952 U CN202322059952 U CN 202322059952U CN 220666601 U CN220666601 U CN 220666601U
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The utility model discloses a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition plate, which belongs to the field of building construction, wherein the wet-type connection structure of the laminated slab and the integral partition plate comprises embedded bars, part of the embedded bars are embedded into the partition plate, the other part of the embedded bars extend out of the partition plate, and the part extending out of the partition plate is a U-shaped hanging ring; the laminated slab comprises a precast slab and post-cast concrete from bottom to top, the precast slab is dug with a through groove, and a U-shaped hanging ring penetrates through the through groove and protrudes out of the upper part of the through groove to the post-cast concrete; the connecting steel bars transversely penetrate through the U-shaped hanging rings; and the post-cast concrete is molded to the precast slab, fills the through groove and coats the U-shaped hanging ring and the connecting steel bars. According to the wet-type connection structure of the laminated slab and the integral partition plate, through arranging the through groove at the top of the laminated slab and integrally pouring, gap plugging treatment between the wall top of the partition plate and the laminated slab can be omitted, and the building integrity is improved.

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Wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the field of house construction, in particular to a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition plate.
Background
In the traditional construction process, the building of rooms often requires the construction of partition walls forming the rooms according to construction drawings by constructors. With the progress of technology, the worker can integrally construct the partition wall to form a prefabricated or assembled inner partition wall board, when the partition wall board is connected with other partition boards forming a room, the partition boards are connected through dry connection, and concrete partition boards are connected through bolts or welding, such as an assembled shear wall-board dry connection structure disclosed in Chinese patent publication No. CN 214246152U.
During construction, gaps exist between the wall panels that make up the room, and thus a caulking process is required. However, after the wallboard is connected in a dry mode, concrete needs to be poured into the gaps outside the wall body, so that the concrete is difficult to fully pour into the gaps, and the poured concrete is easy to fall off from the gaps, so that the gap plugging process is difficult to perform. In addition, after the seam plugging process is finished, the redundant concrete at the seam is still required to be cleaned so as not to influence the beauty of the room.
Disclosure of Invention
The utility model provides a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition plate, and aims to solve the problem of how to plug gaps when a prefabricated partition plate is connected with the laminated slab.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the present utility model adopts the following scheme:
the utility model provides a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition board, which comprises embedded bars, wherein part of the embedded bars are embedded into the partition board, the other part of the embedded bars extend out of the partition board, and the part extending out of the partition board is a U-shaped hanging ring; the laminated slab is positioned above the partition plate, the laminated slab comprises a precast slab and post-cast concrete from bottom to top, a through groove is dug at the position of the precast slab corresponding to the partition plate, the direction of the through groove is parallel to the partition plate, and a U-shaped hanging ring of the embedded steel bar penetrates through the through groove and protrudes out of the upper part of the through groove to the post-cast concrete; the connecting steel bar is positioned above the through groove and transversely penetrates through the U-shaped hanging ring; and the post-cast concrete is molded onto the precast slab, fills the through groove, and coats the U-shaped hanging ring and the connecting steel bars.
Optionally, the embedded bars and the connecting bars are fixed by binding.
Optionally, the width of the through groove is smaller than the width of the partition plate.
Optionally, the difference between the width of the through groove and the width of the partition plate is 18-22mm.
Optionally, the U-shaped hanging ring is 15-25mm higher than the top surface of the precast slab.
Optionally, at least one reinforcing angle steel is arranged on the precast slab, and the reinforcing angle steel is connected with the precast slab through bolts.
Optionally, the through grooves are distributed on the precast slab in parallel; each reinforcing angle steel takes the through groove as an axisymmetric distribution.
Optionally, the two through grooves are mutually vertically distributed on the precast slab; and a plurality of reinforcing angle steel bars positioned at the connecting positions of the through grooves are sequentially connected to form an angle steel frame.
Optionally, a reserved gap is arranged at the joint of the precast slab and the partition plate.
Optionally, the width of the reserved gap is 8-12mm.
Compared with the prior art, the utility model has the following advantages:
1. the position of the through groove dug on the precast slab corresponds to the position of the partition plate, the partition plate is connected with the precast laminated slab, and the poured concrete can be poured into the through groove from the top of the precast slab, so that gaps between the partition plate and the precast slab are plugged;
2. when post-cast concrete is used for pouring concrete, the concrete can be directly poured into the through groove, and the concrete can automatically extend along the through groove to finally fill the whole through groove due to the fluidity of the concrete.
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The present application is described in further detail below with reference to the drawings and detailed description.
Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram of a position relationship between a prefabricated laminated slab and a partition board in a wet-type connection structure of the laminated slab and the integral partition board according to an embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of a position relationship between a prefabricated laminated slab and a partition plate in a wet-type connection structure between the laminated slab and the integral partition plate according to a second embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 3 is a schematic diagram of a position relationship between a prefabricated laminated slab and a partition plate in a wet-type connection structure between the laminated slab and the integral partition plate according to a third embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 4 is a schematic diagram of a positional relationship between a cast-in-situ strip and a prefabricated laminated slab in a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition board according to an embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 5 is a schematic view of an internal structure of a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition board, in which a prefabricated laminated slab is connected to the partition board according to the first embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 6 is an enlarged view of a portion a in fig. 5.
FIG. 7 is a schematic view of the width of the through slot and partition plate and the height of the U-shaped hanging ring in FIG. 6
Description of main reference numerals:
1. superimposed sheets; 11. post-pouring concrete; 12. a prefabricated plate; 13. reinforcing angle steel; 131. a bolt; 2. partition boards; 3. embedding reinforcing steel bars; 4. connecting steel bars; 5. a through groove; 6. and reserving a gap.
Detailed Description
The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present utility model will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present utility model. It will be apparent that the described embodiments are only some, but not all, embodiments of the utility model. All other embodiments, which can be made by those skilled in the art based on the embodiments of the utility model without making any inventive effort, are intended to be within the scope of the utility model.
Reference herein to "one embodiment" or "an embodiment" means that a particular feature, structure, or characteristic may be included in at least one implementation of the utility model. In the description of the present utility model, it should be understood that the directions or positional relationships indicated by the terms "upper", "lower", "top", "bottom", etc. are based on the directions or positional relationships shown in the drawings, are merely for convenience of description and simplification of the description, and do not indicate or imply that the apparatus or element in question must have a specific orientation, be constructed and operated in a specific orientation, and therefore should not be construed as limiting the utility model. Furthermore, the terms "first," "second," and the like, are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying a relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defining "a first" or "a second" may include one or more of the feature, either explicitly or implicitly. Moreover, the terms "first," "second," and the like, are used for distinguishing between similar objects and not necessarily for describing a particular sequential or chronological order. It is to be understood that the data so used may be interchanged where appropriate such that the embodiments of the utility model described herein may be implemented in sequences other than those illustrated or otherwise described herein.
Example 1
Referring to the drawings of the specification, as shown in fig. 1 and fig. 4-6, a wet-type connection structure of a laminated slab and an integral partition board provided in the application includes:
the embedded bars 3 are partially embedded into the partition plate 2, the other parts extend out of the partition plate 2, and the parts extending out of the partition plate 2 are U-shaped hanging rings. The laminated slab 1 is positioned above the partition plate 2, and the laminated slab 1 comprises a precast slab 12 and post-cast concrete 11 from bottom to top. The prefabricated plate 12 is provided with a through groove 5 corresponding to the partition plate 2, and the direction of the through groove 5 is parallel to the partition plate 2. The width D1 of the through groove 5 is smaller than the width D2 of the partition plate 2, and the difference D2-D1 between the width of the through groove 5 and the width of the partition plate 2 is 18-22mm, specifically, in this embodiment, the width difference is 20mm. The U-shaped hanging ring of the embedded steel bar 3 penetrates through the through groove 5 and protrudes out of the upper portion of the through groove 5 to the post-cast concrete 11. The height H of the U-shaped hanging ring higher than the top surface of the precast slab 12 is 15-25mm.
The connecting structure further comprises a connecting steel bar 4 which is arranged above the through groove 5, and the connecting steel bar 4 transversely penetrates through the U-shaped hanging ring. The embedded bars 3 and the connecting bars 4 are fixed by binding. Post-cast concrete 11 is molded onto precast slabs 12, fills through grooves 5, and covers U-shaped hanging ring connecting steel bars 4. In this embodiment, the through groove 5 is dug on the precast slab 12, and when the post-cast concrete 11 is poured, the concrete can be poured into the through groove 5 directly, and the concrete can automatically extend along the through groove 5 to finally fill the whole through groove 5 due to the fluidity.
In addition, a reinforcing angle 13 for temporary reinforcement is further provided above the prefabricated panels 12, and the reinforcing angle 13 is connected to the prefabricated panels 12 by bolts 131. Because the through groove 5 is dug on the precast slab 12, the precast slabs 12 on two sides need to be integrally hoisted after being fixed through the reinforcing angle steel 13 in the process of hoisting and carrying the precast slabs 12. For the situation shown in fig. 1, the partition plate 2 is longitudinally arranged below the prefabricated plate 12, and the reinforcing angle steels 13 are parallel and symmetrically arranged along the central line of the partition plate 2, so that the connection of the prefabricated plate 12 is ensured, and the stress conditions on two sides of the reinforcing angle steels 13 are balanced. After the prefabricated plate 12 is lifted and carried and fixed with the partition plate 2, the reinforcing angle steel 13 can be detached. The reinforcing angle 13 is connected to the prefabricated panel 12 by bolts 131.
In addition, a reserved gap 6 is further disposed between the prefabricated plate 12 and the partition plate 2, the width of the reserved gap 6 is 8-12mm, and specifically, in this embodiment, the width of the reserved gap 6 is 10mm. The reserved gaps 6 are filled through pointing to form an interlayer, and the reserved gaps 6 are arranged, so that in the process of pouring concrete, the concrete is blocked by the interlayer formed after the reserved gaps 6 are filled, and the concrete poured from the upper part of the precast slab 12 cannot flow out from the gap between the precast composite slab 12 and the partition plate 2.
Example two
In comparison with the first embodiment, in this embodiment, there is a case where two partition boards 2 are formed perpendicularly to each other in a T shape, as shown in fig. 2. At this time, the prefabricated panels 12 are fixed at the joints between the partition boards 2 through reinforcing angle steel 13. At this time, the plurality of reinforcing angle steel 13 positioned at the joint of the through groove 5 are sequentially connected to form an angle steel frame for reinforcing the strength of the reinforcing angle steel 13.
Example III
In the present embodiment, the two partition plates 2 are perpendicular to each other to form an "L" shape, as shown in fig. 3, compared with the first and second embodiments. At this time, the prefabricated panels 12 are fixed at the joints between the partition boards 2 through reinforcing angle steel 13. The plurality of reinforcing angle steel 13 positioned at the joint of the through groove 5 are sequentially connected to form an angle steel frame for reinforcing the strength of the reinforcing angle steel 13.
The application has the advantages that:
1. the position of the through groove 5 dug on the precast slab 12 corresponds to the position of the partition plate 2, the partition plate 2 is connected with the precast slab 12, and the poured concrete can be poured into the through groove 5 from the top of the precast slab 12, so that gaps between the partition plate 2 and the precast slab 12 are plugged, and a gap plugging process is completed;
2. when the post-cast concrete 11 is used for pouring concrete, the concrete can be directly poured into the through groove 5, and the concrete can automatically extend along the through groove 5 to finally fill the whole through groove 5 due to the fluidity of the concrete.
The present utility model is not limited to the above-mentioned embodiments, and any changes or substitutions that can be easily understood by those skilled in the art within the technical scope of the present utility model are intended to be included in the scope of the present utility model.

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1. The utility model provides a superimposed sheet and whole partition plate wet-type connection structure which characterized in that includes:
the embedded steel bars (3) are partially embedded into the partition plate (2), the other part of the embedded steel bars extend out of the partition plate (2), and the part extending out of the partition plate (2) is a U-shaped hanging ring; the composite slab (1) is positioned above the partition plate (2), the composite slab (1) comprises a precast slab (12) and post-cast concrete (11) from bottom to top, a through groove (5) is dug at the position of the precast slab (12) corresponding to the partition plate (2), the direction of the through groove (5) is parallel to the partition plate (2), and a U-shaped hanging ring of the embedded steel bar (3) penetrates through the through groove (5) and protrudes out of the upper part of the through groove (5) to the post-cast concrete (11);
the connecting steel bar (4) is positioned above the through groove (5), and the connecting steel bar (4) transversely penetrates through the U-shaped hanging ring; and the post-cast concrete (11) is molded on the precast slab (12), fills the through groove (5), and coats the U-shaped hanging ring and the connecting steel bars (4).
2. The wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate according to claim 1, wherein:
the embedded bars (3) and the connecting bars (4) are fixed through binding.
3. The wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate according to claim 1, wherein:
the width of the through groove (5) is smaller than that of the partition plate (2).
4. A wet-type joint structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate according to claim 3, wherein:
the difference between the width of the through groove (5) and the width of the partition plate (2) is 18-22mm.
5. The wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate according to claim 1, wherein:
the U-shaped hanging ring is 15-25mm higher than the top surface of the precast slab (12).
6. The wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate according to claim 1, wherein:
the prefabricated plate (12) is provided with at least one reinforcing angle steel (13), and the reinforcing angle steel (13) is connected with the prefabricated plate (12) through bolts (131).
7. The wet-type connection structure of laminated sheets and integral partition boards according to claim 6, wherein:
the through grooves (5) are distributed on the precast slab (12) in parallel;
each reinforcing angle steel (13) takes the through groove (5) as an axisymmetric distribution.
8. The wet-type connection structure of laminated sheets and integral partition boards according to claim 6, wherein:
the two through grooves (5) are mutually and vertically distributed on the precast slab (12);
and a plurality of reinforcing angle steels (13) positioned at the joint of the through grooves (5) are sequentially connected to form an angle steel frame.
9. The wet-type connection structure of laminated slab and integral partition plate according to claim 1, wherein:
the prefabricated plate (12) and the partition plate (2) are provided with reserved gaps (6) at the joints.
10. The wet-type connection structure of laminated sheets and integral partition boards according to claim 9, wherein:
the width of the reserved gap (6) is 8-12mm.
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