EP0618336A2 - Support for a modular supporting floor constructed of prefabricated elements particularly a lightweight construction car park - Google Patents

Support for a modular supporting floor constructed of prefabricated elements particularly a lightweight construction car park Download PDF

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EP0618336A2
EP0618336A2 EP93113384A EP93113384A EP0618336A2 EP 0618336 A2 EP0618336 A2 EP 0618336A2 EP 93113384 A EP93113384 A EP 93113384A EP 93113384 A EP93113384 A EP 93113384A EP 0618336 A2 EP0618336 A2 EP 0618336A2
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Rudolf Richard Hollander
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04HBUILDINGS OR LIKE STRUCTURES FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES; SWIMMING OR SPLASH BATHS OR POOLS; MASTS; FENCING; TENTS OR CANOPIES, IN GENERAL
    • E04H6/00Buildings for parking cars, rolling stock, aircraft, vessels or like vehicles, e.g. garages
    • E04H6/08Garages for many vehicles
    • E04H6/10Garages for many vehicles without mechanical means for shifting or lifting vehicles, e.g. with helically-arranged fixed ramps, with movable ramps

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A support for a support level constructed from prefabricated elements and in particular a lightweight parking deck consists of a vertical support (4), the lower end of which is supported on a support foot (5). The support foot rests on the bottom (11) with load distribution surfaces (13) formed on its underside and has a depression (14), on the bottom (15) of which a support plate (21) rests. In order to design the support in such a way that a limited adaptation to uneven floors is possible even after it has been positioned on the ground, the support (4) is supported on the support plate (21) via elements (23) arranged off-center of the longitudinal axis of the support (4). whose effective lengths can be set independently of one another. The length-adjustable elements (23) are, for example, threaded rods which are supported on a support plate (24) which closes the support (4) downwards and is firmly connected to the support plate. <IMAGE>

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  • The invention relates to a support for a support plane constructed from prefabricated elements, in particular a lightweight parking deck, with a vertical support which is supported in a support foot which bears without foundation on the base with load distribution surfaces formed on its underside and which is provided with a depression , on the bottom of which a support plate is arranged, on which the weight of the support rests.
  • The invention relates to the technical field of support levels constructed in modular fashion from prefabricated elements and in particular lightweight parking decks. Such parking decks are suitable for expanding a limited available parking space by creating two or more horizontal support levels with additional parking space. The cost of such a construction is low compared to a conventional parking garage. The parking decks can be made from prefabricated concrete parts, but structures made of steel profiles with inserted panels, which are usually made of concrete, are also known.
  • A disadvantage of parking decks made of concrete is that they have a high weight, so that complex foundations must first be created. Parking decks of this type can generally not be dismantled and require, in particular because of the prior creation of a foundation, a considerably long assembly time.
  • It is also already known to manufacture parking decks from steel profiles. Compared to concrete parking decks, such levels of support a lower weight. Furthermore, they are easily dismantled and do not require complex foundation measures. However, foundation measures can only be dispensed with if the weight of the parking deck is not too high compared to the load-bearing capacity of the subsoil. Problems arise particularly in Northern Europe, where pile foundations are generally required due to the relatively widespread soft soils. It is only possible to dispense with foundations here if the weight of the parking deck is introduced over a relatively large area and the parking deck itself is constructed from lightweight elements.
  • On the other hand, a construction that is too light is also disadvantageous, since it may not be sufficiently stable against wind pressure. Even lifting off or moving the parking deck slightly is not excluded with very light constructions combined with high wind speeds.
  • Overall, the correct support of a parking deck composed of lightweight components is of great importance.
  • A parking deck with the features mentioned at the outset is known from EP 0 364 414 A1. A steel plate is used as the support foot, to which a cylindrical holder for the supports is welded. The cylindrical receptacle is laterally supported by a cone which surrounds it on all sides or a surface which is curved in the manner of a spherical section and which is welded to the steel plate or the cylindrical receptacle. At the bottom of the cylindrical receptacle, a support plate which is curved in the manner of a spherical cap is arranged, on which a support plate of the support which is also designed rests. A joint is formed through these spherical spherical surfaces, so that the known support is able to compensate for angular deviations between the vertical orientation of the support and the not always exactly horizontal surface. In order to prevent unwanted lateral displacement of the steel plate, several openings are provided in the edge through which pegs or other fastening elements can be driven into the ground.
  • Although the known support offers the advantage of being able to compensate for solder deviations between the support and the base, there are also disadvantages. Because the joint construction made up of two shells in the form of spherical caps does not create any possibility for further play compensation in the horizontal and vertical directions. It is therefore necessary to position the steel plate very precisely before inserting the supports. Otherwise, lateral tensioning of the structure and permanent bending stress on the supports can occur.
  • The invention has for its object to provide a support for a supporting plane constructed from prefabricated elements and in particular a lightweight parking deck, in which a limited adaptation to uneven floors is possible even after positioning the support on the ground.
  • To solve this problem, it is proposed with a support of the type mentioned that the support is supported on the support plate via eccentrically arranged elements of the longitudinal axis of the support, the effective lengths of which can be set independently of one another.
  • This design of the support means that, compared to the support according to EP 0 364 414 A1, the ability of the construction is maintained to compensate for angular deviations between the vertical alignment of the support and the not always exactly horizontal surface. In addition, vertical and lateral play compensation is also possible, so that when installing the After final positioning of the support feet, the support inserted in it can still undergo certain movements of movement and settlement, in order to derive the inevitable stresses and changes in length during assembly.
  • The lateral play compensation can be improved in that the support plate rests with all-round lateral play on the flat bottom of the depression. This makes it possible to first position the support leg firmly on the ground and then to make a rough adjustment of the support by appropriately aligning the support plate on the bottom of the depression. If horizontal forces subsequently occur, they can be easily absorbed by moving the support plate sideways along the bottom of the depression.
  • The invention also aims to achieve a particularly uniform distribution of the weight forces into the ground. For this purpose, it is proposed with an embodiment of the invention that the support foot consists of solid material, in particular of reinforced concrete. Such a support leg behaves almost rigidly, so that the weight load of the supporting plane, including the motor vehicles parked thereon, is introduced particularly uniformly into the ground via the load distribution surfaces formed on its underside.
  • The cross-section of the support foot preferably has the shape of a flat truncated cone with concavely curved outer surfaces. This design, the contour of which roughly corresponds to that of an inverted soup plate, also enables a particularly uniform distribution of the weight forces into the ground. At the same time, the elevation caused by the support foot is kept as flat and rounded as possible, so that the support foot, when used to support a parking deck, does not cause any risk of tire damage during parking and maneuvering operations.
  • According to a preferred embodiment, the support foot is provided with an axially extending through-bore, starting from the bottom of the depression, through which a centering body projecting into the ground extends. The centering body, which is preferably shaped in the form of a tube, enables the support foot to be anchored on the base so that it maintains a position once it has been taken, without the need for foundation measures. Since the centering body is located underneath the support and thus to a certain extent in its extension, there are no additional fastening elements for anchoring between the support foot and the base. In particular, such fasteners are not in the area of the edge or the lateral surface of the support leg, where they could damage vehicles and in particular their tires, and they would also form tripping hazards for people.
  • It is advantageous if the through hole tapers slightly conically downwards, the smallest diameter of the through hole roughly corresponding to the outer diameter of the centering body. The support foot and centering body then form a structural unit with a correspondingly high degree of strength.
  • An improved anchoring of the centering body in the subsurface is achieved by providing it with a continuous longitudinal hole as an opening for filling in mortar. Liquid mortar can be filled in the area below the centering body and support foot via the longitudinal bore, so that after curing, an intimate connection between the support foot and the substrate is created.
  • According to one embodiment, the lower end of the centering body is cut obliquely. This improves the flow and distribution of the mortar in the subsoil.
  • Since an additional lateral offset of the supports is not to be expected after successful assembly of the supporting plane, it is proposed with an embodiment of the invention that the depression of the support foot is filled with a shrink-free mortar. This leads to anchoring of the support in the support foot, so that the supporting level and in particular the parking deck can also withstand adverse wind conditions.
  • In a preferred embodiment of the support, the length-adjustable elements are threaded rods which are supported on a support plate which closes the support downward and is firmly connected to the support plate. With the help of the threaded rods it is possible to transfer the load introduced via the support to the support plate very evenly.
  • Finally, it is proposed that a total of four threaded rods are provided, which are arranged around a central opening of the support plate aligned with the through hole and are fixedly connected to the support plate, for example by welding, and that each of the threaded rods is provided with at least one adjustable nut on which the support plate rests.
  • Further details and advantages of the subject matter of the invention result from the exemplary embodiment explained below with reference to the drawing. The drawing shows:
  • Fig. 1
    a perspective top view of a single-storey parking deck composed of lightweight components;
    Fig. 2
    Details of the supporting structure of the parking deck according to Figure 1 in a partially cut view.
    Fig. 3
    in a sectional view a support of the parking deck shown in Figures 1 and 2;
    Fig. 4
    a sectional view along the line IV-IV of Fig. 3 and
    Fig. 5
    3 shows a sectional illustration along the line VV in FIG. 3.
  • 1 shows a parking deck composed of lightweight components, which is subsequently built over an already existing parking area in order to create additional parking space in this way. The parking deck is provided with a driveway 1, a descent 2 and the actual parking area 3. The parking deck is supported on the ground by means of a plurality of supports 4, each of the supports 4 being supported on a plate-like support foot 5.
  • In Fig. 2 it is shown that the parking area 3 in the form of individual plates 6 made of concrete, cement pressed plates or the like is supported by a substructure which is composed of horizontally running, sigma-shaped profiles 7, on which an intermediate layer 8 of trapezoidal sheet metal rests. The intermediate layer 8 made of trapezoidal sheet then forms the base for the individual plates 6.
  • The Sigma profiles 7 are cold-rolled steel profiles of low weight but high strength. These profiles can also be used in pairs, as shown in FIG. 2 by means of the pair 9.
  • The supports 4 are primarily located at the crossing points of the Sigma profiles 7. Details of the support 4, the support foot 5 and its connection to the ground 11, for example the asphalt of the parking space to be built, are shown in FIGS. 3 to 5.
  • The support foot 5 is solidly formed from reinforced concrete and has in cross section the shape of a flat truncated cone with concavely curved outer surfaces 12. It is rounded on all outer edges, so that the overall contour of an inverted soup plate results. This contour has the advantage that when the support foot 5 is passed over by a motor vehicle, its tires are largely protected. On the other hand, a clear resistance can be felt when the support leg 5 is started by a motor vehicle, so that the proximity to the support 4 is signaled to him in this way. Furthermore, the smooth surface of the support leg 5 ensures that people passing by cannot injure themselves on any protruding parts.
  • Since the support leg 5 consists of an almost rigid solid material, the flat load distribution surface 13 formed on its underside is suitable for deriving the weight load of the parking deck and the motor vehicles thereon evenly distributed onto the ground 11. The support is therefore particularly suitable for less solid substrates, as are often found in Northern Europe.
  • Fig. 3 also shows that the support leg 5 is provided with a depression 14 which extends down to about a third of the height of the support leg 5. The bottom 15 of the depression 14 is flat and is centrally provided with an opening from which a through hole 16 extends to the underside of the support leg 5. The downwardly slightly conical through bore 16 serves to accommodate a tube piece serving as a centering body 17, which extends over a large part of its length into the ground 11 and in this way secures the support leg 5 against lateral displacement. The outside diameter of the centering body 17 corresponds to the smallest diameter of the through hole 16 with little play, so that after anchoring of the centering body 17 in the underground support leg 5 no more lateral play is possible. This ensures that the centering body 17 does not protrude from the top of the through hole 16, that is, its upper end face 18 is below the bottom 15 of the depression 14.
  • The longitudinal bore in the pipe section 17 serving as the centering body serves to fill mortar 20 in the area below and to the side of the pipe section 17. For this purpose, the support leg 5 is first placed in the presumably correct position on the substrate 11, then a blind hole is made in the substrate 11, the size of which is sufficient to accommodate the pipe section 17, and then the pipe section 17 is driven through the through hole 16 into the substrate. The remaining cavities between the pipe section 17 and the substrate 11 are then filled by filling the mortar 20 through the longitudinal bore 19, so that the support foot 5 is anchored in the substrate 11. The lower end of the pipe section 17 is cut obliquely, which can improve the outflow of the mortar 20 into the blind hole.
  • A flat support plate 21 bears on the flat-shaped bottom 15 of the depression 14. The approximately square-shaped support plate 21 is provided with a central opening 22, the size of which corresponds approximately to the size of the longitudinal bore 19. Mortar filled in via the depression 14 can thus flow into the centering body 7 aligned with this via the opening 22.
  • Four threaded rods 23 are welded vertically on the support plate 21, arranged uniformly around the opening 22. The threaded rods 23 project through a horizontal support plate 24 which forms the lower end of the support 4 and is welded to it. The support between the threaded rods 23 and the support plate 24 is carried out in each case along the threaded rod 23 adjustable nut 25. Each nut 25 is countered by a further nut 26, which is located above the support plate 24. The independently adjustable nuts 25 make it possible to compensate for positional deviations between the support 4 and the support foot 5 without causing a one-sided load on the support plate 21 and thus on the support foot 5.
  • The sectional view in FIG. 4 shows that at least the lower part of the support 4 connected to the support plate 24 consists of a double-T profile 27. In this way it is possible to get to the nuts 25 and the other nuts 26 without great difficulty if these are adjusted to compensate for unevenness in the ground with the aim of determining the effective length of the threaded rod 23, i.e. adjust the length between the support plate 24 and the support plate 21. This setting must be made separately on all nuts 25, 25 in order to compensate for uneven floors and thus deviations from the vertical position of the support 4 to the support foot 5. The diameter of the support plate 21 is less than the diameter of the bottom 15 of the depression 14. As a result, the support plate 21 has an all-round horizontal play for the wall of the depression 15, so that the support plate 21 rests horizontally displaceably within certain limits on the flat bottom 15 . This displaceability between the support plate 21 and the support leg 5 allows horizontal play compensation in those cases in which the axes of the support 4 on the one hand and the support leg 5 on the other hand are not in alignment.
  • After assembly of the parking deck, the depression is cast with a suitable material to finally fix the supports 4 in the support feet 5. In particular, shrink-free mortar 29 is to be considered. FIG. 1 shows that the support plate 24 with the nuts 25, 26 is located within the depression 14, ie below the upper edge 30 of the support foot 5.
  • This leads to the fact that the filled mortar 29 surrounds the above-mentioned components including part of the double-T profile 27 on all sides. The supports 4 can then no longer detach from the mortar 29 because of the support plate 24 forming an anchoring collar.
  • In the exemplary embodiment, the double-T profile 27 is made very short, and protrudes just above the upper edge 30 of the support leg 5. The double-T profile 27 is connected there to a flange plate 31 which is screwed to a corresponding flange plate 32 of the actual support 4. Shims can subsequently be inserted between the two flange plates 31, 32 in order to compensate for any subsidence of the subsurface that occurs over time.
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    Driveway
    2nd
    Departure
    3rd
    Parking area
    4th
    support
    5
    Support leg
    6
    plate
    7
    Sigma profile
    8th
    Intermediate layer
    9
    Pair of sigma profiles
    11
    Underground
    12th
    Lateral surface
    13
    Load distribution area
    14
    Sinking
    15
    ground
    16
    Through hole
    17th
    Pipe piece, centering body
    18th
    upper face
    19th
    Longitudinal bore
    20th
    mortar
    21
    Support plate
    22
    opening
    23
    Threaded rod
    24th
    Support plate
    25th
    mother
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    another mother
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    Double-T profile
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    shrink-free mortar
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    Top edge
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    Flange plate
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    Flange plate

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  1. Support for a support level constructed modularly from prefabricated elements, in particular a lightweight parking deck, with a vertical support, which is supported in a support foot, which lies on the undersurface with load distribution surfaces formed on its underside, and which is provided with a depression at the base thereof A support plate is arranged on the bottom, on which the weight of the support rests,
    characterized,
    that the support (4) is supported on the support plate (21) via elements (23) arranged off-center in each case from the longitudinal axis of the support (4), the effective lengths of which can be set independently of one another.
  2. Support according to claim 1, characterized in that the support plate (21) rests with all-round lateral play on the flat-shaped bottom (15) of the depression (14).
  3. Support according to claim 1 or claim 2, characterized in that the support foot (5) consists of solid material, in particular of reinforced concrete.
  4. Support according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the cross-section of the support foot (5) has the shape of a flat truncated cone with concavely curved outer surfaces (12).
  5. Support according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the support foot (5) is provided with an axially extending through-bore (16) extending from the bottom (15) of the depression (14) and through which a bore (11) is formed. protruding centering body (17) extends.
  6. Support according to claim 5, characterized in that the through bore (16) tapers slightly conically downwards, the smallest diameter of the through bore (16) corresponding approximately to the outer diameter of the centering body (17).
  7. Support according to one of claims 5 and 6, characterized in that the centering body (17) is provided with a continuous longitudinal bore (19) as an opening for filling in mortar (20).
  8. Support according to claim 7, characterized in that the lower end of the centering body (17) is cut obliquely.
  9. Support according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the depression (14) of the support foot (5) is filled with a shrink-free mortar (29).
  10. Support according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the length-adjustable elements are threaded rods (23) which are supported on a support plate (24) which closes the support (4) downwards and is firmly connected thereto.
  11. Support according to claim 10, characterized in that a total of four threaded rods (23) are provided which are arranged around a central opening (22) of the support plate (21) aligned with the longitudinal bore (19) and with the support plate (21), for example by welding, and that each of the threaded rods (23) is provided with at least one adjustable nut (25) on which the support plate (24) rests.
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GB2365883A (en) * 2000-08-09 2002-02-27 Laing Rail Ltd Load-bearing structure
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FR2944042A1 (en) * 2009-04-07 2010-10-08 Sc Ombrisol Covering installation for protecting parking area of electric motor vehicle, has pedestals placed on ground for assuring self-stability of structural module, where module straddles parking spaces without intermediate supports

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GB2365883A (en) * 2000-08-09 2002-02-27 Laing Rail Ltd Load-bearing structure
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FR2944042A1 (en) * 2009-04-07 2010-10-08 Sc Ombrisol Covering installation for protecting parking area of electric motor vehicle, has pedestals placed on ground for assuring self-stability of structural module, where module straddles parking spaces without intermediate supports

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