EP2433859A1 - Device for closing a side opening in the shell or wall of a boat - Google Patents

Device for closing a side opening in the shell or wall of a boat Download PDF

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EP2433859A1
EP2433859A1 EP11181070A EP11181070A EP2433859A1 EP 2433859 A1 EP2433859 A1 EP 2433859A1 EP 11181070 A EP11181070 A EP 11181070A EP 11181070 A EP11181070 A EP 11181070A EP 2433859 A1 EP2433859 A1 EP 2433859A1
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Christian Knop
Thorsten Thelen
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ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems GmbH
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Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft GmbH
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING
    • B63B17/00Vessels parts, details, or accessories, not otherwise provided for
    • B63B17/02Awnings, including rigid weather protection structures, e.g. sunroofs; Tarpaulins; Accessories for awnings or tarpaulins
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING
    • B63B19/00Arrangements or adaptations of ports, doors, windows, port-holes, or other openings or covers
    • B63B19/08Ports or like openings in vessels' sides or at the vessels' bow or stern
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING
    • B63B19/00Arrangements or adaptations of ports, doors, windows, port-holes, or other openings or covers
    • B63B19/12Hatches; Hatchways
    • B63B19/14Hatch covers
    • B63B19/21Hatch covers of roll-up type

Abstract

The device is provided for closing a lateral opening (4) in the outer skin or wall (2) of a boat (1) and has a substance which can be extended over almost the entire opening (4) and which is used to release the opening (4) therefrom is removable. The device has a guide which extends along two opposite sides of the opening (4) and receives and holds the fabric on two sides. At least one tensioning device is provided with which the fabric can be tensioned transversely to the guide in one direction. (Fig. 1)

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  • The invention relates to a device for closing a lateral opening in the outer skin or wall of a boat. Out DE 38 15 138 A1 It is the state of the art to close a cargo compartment opening in the deck of a ship instead of using a heavy steel cover with a self-supporting cover bag. In this case, the Abdecksack is to be designed so that both rain and splash water is safely dissipated, ie can not penetrate through the opening in the hold. However, to cover a lateral opening of a ship, especially a military-used ship, such a cover bag is not suitable because it can not hold the possibly acting on the side of a ship high forces of wind and waves. Also, the cover is unfavorable in terms of Radarreflektionseigenschaften due to its convex outer shape. Finally, the construction disclosed therein is not suitable for automatically enabling fast motor-assisted opening or closing of the opening.
  • Against this background, the invention has for its object to provide a device for closing a lateral opening in the outer skin or wall of a boat, which avoids the aforementioned disadvantages or at least reduced.
  • The object is achieved according to the invention by the features specified in claim 1. Advantageous embodiments of the invention are set forth in the subclaims, the following description and the drawing.
  • The device according to the invention for closing a lateral opening in the outer skin or wall of a boat, in particular for closing an opening formed by a boat niche, is provided with a material which can be extended over almost the entire opening and which can be removed from the latter to release the opening. The apparatus further includes a guide extending along two opposite sides of the opening and receiving and holding the fabric on two sides. Part of the device forms at least one clamping device, with which the fabric in a direction transverse to the guide can be tensioned.
  • The basic idea of the device according to the invention is a fabric cover of the opening, which is removable for opening and, for example, can be laterally stowed, but in the closed state almost completely covers the opening, guided inside the opening on two opposite sides and stretched transversely to the guide. In this way, with a suitable choice of material and design of the device, a wall-like closure of the opening can be produced, which lies substantially in one plane due to the tension, so that with appropriate design of the substance very favorable Radarreflektionseigenschaften can be achieved. Because the fabric is stretched, a closure of the opening can be achieved with a suitable choice of material, which is sufficiently resistant to sea fog and wind. In addition, such a curtain-like fabric can be removed by motor for the purpose of opening and stowed laterally or in the niche itself. In the device according to the invention not only openings in the outer skin of a ship, as they are formed for example by a niche, can be closed, but also lateral openings in other walls, for. B. in walls of Superstructures. These are typically openings that need to be quickly closed and reopened, for example for storing gangways, lifeboats, dinghies and the like. These openings usually do not need to be hermetically sealed, it is usually sufficient to a sufficiently solid splash water protection with the ability to promote the penetrating water in the edge region by preferably a natural outflow again. Typically, the device serves to cover lateral openings of rectangular shape, but is by no means limited thereto. In this case, the guide is advantageously arranged so that it runs in the direction in which the greatest longitudinal extent of the opening is given. As a rule, this should be the extension in the longitudinal direction of the boat, for example, in the case of an opening in the outer skin.
  • According to an advantageous embodiment of the invention, the guide has two opposite rails, between which the fabric is held and guided. These rails preferably extend in the longitudinal direction of the opening, but may optionally extend in a different direction. Such a guide is structurally simple and works like a two-sided curtain, so that the fabric is guided and held on two sides, the tensioning device builds a force across the rails to keep the fabric in a plane and the required resistance to wind and build up waves from the outside.
  • If the guide is formed by two rails, then it is structurally particularly favorable, at least one of the rails in the tensioning boatfest and the other rail at least to arrange movable in the tensioning direction, expediently at least one clamping element between the movable rail and a boatfestem part is provided. With a suitable construction, at least one of the two rails will not only be boat-fixed in the tension direction, but also Arrange boatfest in all directions, so connect firmly to the hull. If necessary, the other rail must be movable to a certain extent to compensate for tolerances, which may optionally also take place via the tensioning element.
  • As a clamping element distributed over the length of the guide cylinder or other motor-adjustable linear actuators can be arranged. Particularly advantageous is a common clamping element is provided which, although constructed according to the operating principle of a printing cylinder, in particular hydraulic cylinder, but extends over the length of the associated rails. Such a clamping element can, as will be described in detail below, be provided in a structurally less complicated manner and then optionally also allows the aforementioned length or tolerance compensation of the rail attached thereto, d. H. that the extension movement of the cylinder does not have to be the same everywhere, but can be compensated by the hydraulic drive insofar given tolerances automatically.
  • For this purpose, according to a further development of the invention, it is provided to form the pressure chamber of the tensioning element by at least one elastic tubular vessel which is supported by walls of the tensioning element that are rigid and movable relative to one another. Such a design has the advantage that the clamping element itself can not be manufactured with high precision and provided with seals, since this function is performed by the incorporated into the clamping element elastic vessel. In particular, such a vessel is suitable to expand differently over the length and thus compensate for tolerances.
  • Advantageously, the clamping element has an approximately cuboid housing, which extends over the length of the housing in a housing side having extending slot. Through this slot, the web of a movably mounted within the housing in the clamping direction T-beam is guided, which extends over the entire length of the housing and by two disposed within the housing elastic tubular vessels, which abut respectively on one side of the web and the Form pressure chamber of the clamping element, is acted upon. Depending on the filling of these vessels, this web of the T-carrier thus moves out of the housing or into the housing. The vessel arrangement ensures that the force distribution on the T-beam over the length of the clamping element is always uniform.
  • Although the kinematics between the T-beam and housing with respect to the device is basically arbitrary, but it has proven to be advantageous to arrange the housing bootsfest and attach to the housing distal end of the web of the T-beam, the one rail of the guide, so ever after extending position of the T-beam, the distance between the opposite rails is larger or smaller. It can therefore be retracted by pressurizing the vessels of the T-beam with its web in the housing, whereby the rail attached thereto increases its distance from the opposite rail and the substance located therebetween is tensioned. By relieving the pressure on the vessels, the substance is released.
  • In order to release the opening quickly and close it again while storing the fabric to save space, is provided according to a further development of the invention to store the fabric on a drum rollable, so wound with the opening open the fabric on the drum and largely closed at opening is handled by this.
  • It is particularly advantageous in terms of design to store the drum in a boat-proof manner and to provide it with a motor drive which is at least in Winding is effective. Since the clamping device operates hydraulically, it is expedient to design the drive motor of the drum as a hydraulic motor. In addition, such motors are very compact and less susceptible to environmental influences, in particular seawater.
  • To unwind the fabric from the drum, at least one, but preferably two winches are provided according to an embodiment of the invention on the opposite side of the drum, the ropes advantageously along the rail of the guide and attack the free end of the fabric, so at Driving the winches in the winding direction of the ropes the fabric is pulled off the drum and closes the opening. The winches should advantageously have a hydraulic drive. For the purpose of unwinding from the drum, this is to be solved so far that it is rotatable, or the drive works against the winding direction.
  • In order to provide the substance with a closed opening a high resistance to wind and waves, it is expedient not only to stretch this between the guide, ie between the rails, but also in the transverse direction at least to hold or optionally to apply a presettable force. For this purpose, according to a further development of the invention, the hydraulic drives for the unwinding and unwinding of the fabric detectable train or act on each other with presettable force in opposite directions to build up a certain tensile force in the transverse direction to the clamping direction.
  • In order to achieve the initially required properties of the substance when the opening is closed, it is expedient to construct the material in multiple layers in order to synergistically combine material properties of different layers in this way. Such is in particular according to the invention For military use, the fabric is provided with a reflective layer, in the form of a metal foil. Such a fabric in conjunction with the tensioning device, which ensures that the substance lies substantially in one plane with the wall, is ideally suited to the Radar recognition of the boat, especially in the area of the opening to reduce.
  • Furthermore, it is expedient to provide the substance with a UV-stable coating. Such a UV protective layer may be formed, for example, by a taffeta layer laminated to the outside of the fabric.
  • The fabric itself must have a certain elasticity on the one hand. On the other hand, however, it must have sufficient tensile strength so that it can be tensioned with the required force and thus be able to withstand the external influences without noticeable change in its shape. In principle, a multi-layered canvas structure has proven to be advantageous. In order to absorb the required tensile forces, it is desirable to reinforce the fabric with high tensile strength fibers such as carbon fibers.
  • In order to make the connection of fabric and rail sufficiently stable, according to an embodiment of the invention, the fabric is reinforced at least on its rail-side edges and provided there with sliding blocks, which are guided positively on or in the rails.
  • The invention is explained in more detail with reference to an embodiment shown in the drawing. Show it:
  • Fig. 1
    in a highly simplified schematic side view of a boat with an opening in the outer skin and a device for closing the same,
    Fig. 2
    in an enlarged view the opening of the boat according to Fig. 1 with the device for closing, seen from the inside,
    Fig. 3
    in an enlarged sectional view transversely to the longitudinal axis of the boat, the niche with opening and a part of the closure device,
    Fig. 4
    in an enlarged view the detail X in Fig. 3 and
    Fig. 5
    a section along the section line CC in Fig. 3 ,
  • This in Fig. 1 illustrated boat 1 has in the region of its running in the longitudinal direction of the boat boat wall 2 a niche 3, through which an opening 4 is formed in the boat wall 2. This opening 4 in the wall 2 of the boat 1 can be closed by means of a fabric web 5, which is dammed on a drum 6 at the edge of the opening 4 within the niche 3. The opening 4 has a significantly greater extent in the longitudinal direction 7 than in the transverse direction thereto. The drum 6 extends with its axis of rotation in the transverse direction to the longitudinal direction 7. It is stored within the here cuboid niche 3 between the ceiling 8 and bottom 9. She is built into the niche.
  • The wound on the drum 6 fabric 5 is first guided over a parallel to the drum 6 near the opening 4 arranged deflection roller 10 and extends from there via the opening 4 to the other end of the opening. There are opposite the opening 4 in the niche 3 offset inwardly two hydraulically driven winches 11 and 12 whose ropes are initially deflected near the ceiling 8 and the bottom 9 and guided therein in rails 13 and 14, which form a guide for the fabric 5 near the ceiling 8 and the bottom 9 in the longitudinal direction 7 of the opening 4. The free ends of the cables of the winches 11 and 12 engage near the corners at the free end of the panel 5.
  • The winches 11 and 12 have hydraulic motors and are primary for unwinding of the fabric web 5 from the drum 6 for closing the opening 4. In the reverse direction, that is, for winding the web 5 and for releasing the opening 4, the drum 6 has a hydraulic Drive on, in Fig. 5 shown in detail and will be described below.
  • The rails 13 and 14 extend near the upper and lower edges of the opening 4 and guide the web 5 in the longitudinal direction. For this purpose, at the longitudinal edges of the fabric, as out Fig. 4 it can be seen, sliding blocks 15 attached, which are on the one hand connected to the reinforced edge of the panel 5 and on the other hand positively in the lower or upper rail 13, 14 are guided. The sliding blocks 15 are formed to the rail in cross-section T-shaped, wherein the web is performed by a slot of the rail and the transverse thereto extending part is guided within the rail 14.
  • The upper rail 13 is fixed to the ceiling 8, the lower rail 14, however, which also extends over almost the entire length of the opening 4, is attached to a clamping device in the form of a hydraulic tensioning element 16. This hydraulic tensioning element 16 extends over the entire length of the rail 14 and consists of a cuboidal in the cross section almost square housing 17 which is provided on its upper side with a extending over about the entire length of the housing slot 18, through which a web 19 of a movably mounted therein T-beam 20 is guided. The free end of the web 19 is fixedly connected to the lower rail 14.
  • In addition, a sealing collar 21 is provided which connects on the one hand to the housing 17 and on the other hand to the rail 14 and seals the space between them. Adjacent to the web 19 of the T-beam 20 is in the through the upper and lateral sides of the housing 17 on the one hand and by the T-beam 20 on the other hand limited space each an elongated elastic tubular vessel 22 which is hydraulically acted upon. When the two hydraulically interconnected vessels 22 are pressurized with hydraulic fluid, they expand. However, this is possible because of the rigid walls of the housing 17 of the likewise rigid T-beam 20 only in a direction 23 transversely to the longitudinal direction 7, whereby the T-beam 20 is pressed within the housing 17 down. With this also moves the rail 14 down, causing the located between the upper rail 13 and the lower rail 14 in the closed position fabric 5 is tensioned in the direction 23.
  • Since the vessels 22 extend over the entire length of the housing 17 and thus also the rail 14, the hydraulics automatically tolerances, which are due to the shape of the fabric or the arrangement of the rails 13, 14 compensated. It is also ensured that the tensile forces extend only in the transverse direction to the direction 7 in the fabric 5.
  • While the winches 11 and 12 are activated to close the opening in the winding, the drum 6 via an in Fig. 5 to activate in detail shown in the take-up hydraulic drive to release the opening 4. As the Fig. 5 illustrates, the drum 6 is connected near its lower end with a sprocket 24, which is drivable by a arranged next to the drum bearing hydraulic motor 25.
  • The winches 11 and 12 and the hydraulic drive 24, 25 of the drum 6 can be controlled not only to open and close the opening 4, ie for winding or unwinding of the fabric 5, but also in opposite directions, so that a tensile force in the longitudinal direction 7 of Fabric web 5 is applied, which ensures that the fabric web 5 in unwound, so in the closed position, almost in a plane. It is arranged so that its outer side runs approximately in alignment with the boat wall 2.
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
  • 1 -
    boat
    2 -
    Bootswandung
    3 -
    niche
    4 -
    opening
    5 -
    web
    6 -
    drum
    7 -
    longitudinal direction
    8th -
    blanket
    9 -
    ground
    10 -
    idler pulley
    11 -
    winch
    12 -
    winch
    13 -
    Rail above
    14 -
    Rail below
    15 -
    sliding blocks
    16 -
    hydraulic tensioning element
    17 -
    Housing of 16
    18 -
    Slot of 17
    19 -
    web
    20 -
    I-beam
    21 -
    sealing sleeve
    22 -
    vessels
    23 -
    Clamping direction / unloading direction
    24 -
    Sprocket
    25 -
    hydraulic motor

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  1. Device for closing a lateral opening (4) in the outer skin or wall (2) of a boat (1), in particular for closing an opening (4) formed by a boat niche (3), with an over almost the entire opening (4) extendable Fabric (5) detachable therefrom for releasing the opening (4), comprising a guide (13, 14) extending along two opposite sides of the opening (4) and receiving the fabric (5) on two sides and holds, with at least one tensioning device (16), with which the fabric (5) in a direction (23) can be tensioned transversely to the guide.
  2. Apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the guide comprises two opposed rails (13, 14) between which the fabric (5) is held and guided and which preferably extend in the longitudinal direction (7) of the opening.
  3. Apparatus according to claim 1 of 2, wherein a rail (13) at least in the clamping direction (23) boat fixed and the other rail (14) at least in the clamping direction (23) is movably disposed and at least one clamping element (16) between the movable rail (14) and a boat fixed part is provided.
  4. Device according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the clamping element (16) is constructed according to the operating principle of a hydraulic cylinder and extends over the length of the associated rail (14).
  5. Apparatus according to claim 4, wherein the pressure space of the tensioning element is formed by at least one elastic tubular vessel (22) which is supported by the walls (17, 20) of the tensioning element (16), which are rigid and mutually displaceable.
  6. Apparatus according to claim 5, wherein the tension member (16) comprises a parallelepiped housing (17) having a slot (18) extending the length of the housing (17) in a housing side through which the web (19) defines one within the housing (17) T-beam (20) is guided, wherein within the housing (17) has two elastic tubular vessels (22) are arranged, each rest on one side of the web (19) and form the pressure chamber of the clamping element (16) ,
  7. Apparatus according to claim 6, wherein the housing (17) of the clamping element (16) is mounted fixed to the boat and at the housing-distal end of the web (19) a rail (14) of the guide is attached.
  8. Device according to one of the preceding claims, in which the material (5) can be rolled up on a drum (6), which is preferably arranged near a narrow side of the opening (4).
  9. Device according to claim 8, in which the drum (6) is mounted fixed to the boat and is preferably driven hydraulically at least in the winding-up direction.
  10. Apparatus according to claim 8 or 9, wherein on the side of the opening (4) opposite the drum (6) there are preferably hydraulically driven cable winches for unwinding the fabric from the drum (6), the cables being along the rails (13, 14), preferably within the rails (13, 14) and engage the free end of the fabric (5).
  11. Device according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the hydraulic drives (25) for winding and unwinding of the fabric (5) of the drum (6) detectable or counteracted to each other in opposite directions with presettable force.
  12. Device according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the substance (5) is constructed in multiple layers.
  13. Device according to Claim 12, in which the substance (5) has a reflection layer, preferably in the form of a metal foil.
  14. Apparatus according to claim 12 or 13, wherein the fabric (5) comprises a load-bearing main layer, which is preferably formed from multi-layered canvas.
  15. Device according to one of the preceding claims, that the fabric (5) is reinforced with a high tensile strength fiber.
  16. Device according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the fabric (5) formed reinforced at least at its rail side edges and provided with sliding blocks (15) which are guided positively on or in the rails (13, 14).
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