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JP2006045776A
JP2006045776A JP2004223958A JP2004223958A JP2006045776A JP 2006045776 A JP2006045776 A JP 2006045776A JP 2004223958 A JP2004223958 A JP 2004223958A JP 2004223958 A JP2004223958 A JP 2004223958A JP 2006045776 A JP2006045776 A JP 2006045776A
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Satoru Aizawa
Naoki Aso
Yasuaki Hirakawa
Takashi Ikeda
Hirofumi Kaneko
Takahiro Kei
Kazutomi Nakane
Yoshihiro Ota
一臣 中根
義弘 太田
恭章 平川
崇博 毛井
崇 池田
覚 相澤
洋文 金子
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a construction method of a shear wall formed by incorporating a corrugated steel plate into a plane of a peripheral frame made of precast concrete. <P>SOLUTION: Stud materials 4, etc. and a plate 5 joined to the stud materials 4, etc. are arranged in advance on an inner peripheral surface of a column-beam frame or a column-slab frame 1 made of precast concrete. A joining frame 8 is installed on the outer peripheral side of the corrugated steel plate 7. This corrugated steel plate 7 is incorporated into the plane 6 of the column-beam frame or the column-slab frame 1 in arrangement for setting its folding reinforcement in the horizontal direction. The plate 5 and the joining frame 8 are joined so that stress can be transmitted. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2006,JPO&NCIPI

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  Although this invention resists shearing force in the plane of a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame (hereinafter sometimes referred to as a peripheral frame) that generates interlayer deformation due to a horizontal force caused by an earthquake or wind, It belongs to the technical field of the construction method of seismic walls that incorporate corrugated steel plates with low resistance to vertical axial force and out-of-plane bending, and more specifically, precast concrete peripheral frames, or precast concrete members and the field The present invention relates to a method for constructing a seismic wall in which corrugated steel plates are incorporated in the surface of a surrounding frame using cast concrete members.

  Conventionally, as a seismic wall, a concrete wall structure made of cast-in-place concrete or precast concrete is generally employed. However, it is difficult to control the strength and rigidity of the concrete wall, and it is difficult to expect a high deformability while maintaining a predetermined strength. The performance required for the shear wall is to design the rigidity and strength appropriately, in other words, to satisfy the variable stiffness function that has high strength against seismic force and excellent deformation performance (toughness) at high strength.

  As means for achieving the above object, for example, in Patent Document 1, mortar weaker than the concrete strength of the earthquake resistant wall and the surrounding frame is injected between the earthquake resistant wall and the surrounding frame, and the mortar portion is concentrated at the time of the earthquake. A seismic wall is disclosed which is configured to prevent the shear wall of the seismic wall body from being destroyed and to control the shear rigidity and strength of the entire structure.

  In Patent Document 2, a reinforced concrete seismic wall is provided with an unbroken and concave crack-inducing joint (slit), and the energy is absorbed without causing shear fracture by concentrating the fracture at the joint during an earthquake, A reinforced concrete wall structure for controlling the shear rigidity and strength of the entire structure is disclosed.

In addition, an earthquake resistance technique for the purpose of controlling the overturning moment generated in the leg portion of the core portion of a high-rise building during an earthquake or the like is also disclosed.
In Patent Document 3, a top garter is installed at the top of a multi-layered reinforced concrete core wall in the center of the structure, and a part of the overturning moment is transmitted as an axial force to a peripheral column beam frame or the like by the bending back action of the top garter. A technique for controlling deformation due to axial force and overturning moment is disclosed.

  However, concrete walls have the property that, when the amount of reinforcing bars is increased or the wall thickness is increased to increase the strength, the rigidity inevitably increases and the rigidity against an out-of-plane force also increases. Therefore, a troublesome production and attachment method such as using a mortar for concentrating destruction as described in Patent Documents 1 and 2 or providing a crack-inducing joint is required. Nevertheless, it is impossible to control the bending stiffness with respect to the out-of-plane force. The concrete wall is very heavy and the problem of increased structural load on the structure cannot be overlooked.

  Therefore, the applicant of the present invention is a corrugated steel sheet having a large shear strength and rigidity against in-plane bending and shearing, and a high degree of freedom in rigidity and strength design, and a low resistance to vertical axial force and out-of-plane bending force. Utilizing mechanical properties, invented a shear wall that can be expected to have sufficient deformation performance while maintaining a certain level of strength, and is light and easy to install on site. Patent application filed separately (Japanese Patent Application No. 2004-42196) .

  The seismic wall of the application is composed of rebars, a concrete formwork, a corrugated steel plate provided with shear transmission means such as studs, is incorporated into a peripheral frame constructed with the rebars, concrete is poured into the formwork, and the formwork is Remove and build.

  Incidentally, Patent Document 4 discloses a corrugated plate-made disaster-shielding wall that incorporates a steel deck plate (corrugated steel plate) having a corrugated cross section in the plane of the peripheral frame. It is intended to prevent damage by following the floor and beams that flex greatly downward in the event of a fire, and to perform a fire prevention function, and is not intended for the technical idea of earthquake resistance.

Japanese Patent Publication No.62-31148 Japanese Patent No. 2944050 Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication No. 7-18918 JP 2003-176582 A

  The earthquake-resistant wall of the above-mentioned Japanese Patent Application No. 2004-42196 can be noted in that it is easy to install on the site because it uses a lightweight corrugated steel sheet. However, when the surrounding frame is cast-in-place concrete, the process is complicated, such as assembling the reinforcing bars, assembling the concrete formwork, and placing the concrete into the formwork, and the placed concrete has a certain strength. Since the next operation cannot be performed until the stage of manifestation, there is a big problem that the construction period is prolonged.

  An object of the present invention is to construct a peripheral frame formed of columns and beams (or slabs, the same shall apply hereinafter) with precast concrete in which stress transmission elements are installed in advance, and has excellent flexibility and design flexibility. It is to provide a method for constructing a seismic wall that shortens the construction period and improves work efficiency by adopting a method of incorporating and attaching corrugated steel sheets.

As a means for solving the above-mentioned problem, the construction method of the earthquake resistant wall according to the invention described in claim 1 is:
A method for constructing a seismic wall in which corrugated steel plates 7 are incorporated in an in-plane 6 of a column / beam frame 1 or a column / slab frame 1 that generates an inter-layer deformation by a horizontal force, in such a manner that the folding line is in a horizontal direction. ,
A precast concrete column / beam frame or a column / slab frame 1 is provided with a stud 4 in advance and a plate 5 joined to the stud 4 in advance,
A frame 8 for joining is attached to the outer periphery of the corrugated steel sheet 7, and the corrugated steel sheet 7 is incorporated into the in-plane 6 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1 in such a manner that the folding line is in the horizontal direction.
The plate 5 and the joining frame 8 are joined so that stress can be transmitted.

The invention described in claim 2 is the construction method of the earthquake resistant wall described in claim 1,
On the inner peripheral surface of the horizontal member 3 forming the precast concrete column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1, a plate 5 ′ partially protruding in the plane 6 of the frame 1 is installed in advance, It is characterized in that the frame 8 for bonding is not attached to the side but is directly overlapped and bonded to the plate 5 '.

The construction method for the earthquake-resistant wall according to the invention described in claim 3 is:
A method for constructing a seismic wall in which corrugated steel plates 7 are incorporated in an in-plane 6 of a column / beam frame 1 or a column / slab frame 1 that generates an inter-layer deformation by a horizontal force, in such a manner that the folding line is in a horizontal direction. ,
Pre-cast concrete columns / beam frames or columns / slab frames 1 are pre-installed with nuts 9 ...
At the outer periphery of the corrugated steel plate 7, a frame 8 for bonding in which bolt holes 10 are formed in the same arrangement as the nuts 9 is attached.
Incorporating the corrugated steel sheet 7 into the in-plane 6 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1 in such a manner that the crease is in the horizontal direction,
The bolt holes 10 of the joining frame 8 are made to coincide with the nuts 9 installed in the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1, and the bolts 11 are screwed and joined to the nuts 9 through the bolt holes 10 ... And

The invention described in claim 4 is the construction method of the earthquake resistant wall according to claim 1,
Of the outer periphery of a plurality of corrugated steel plates 7 having the same shape as a longitudinal division of the in-plane 6 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1, except for the divided vertical sides, the column / beam frame or the column / A frame 8 for joining is attached to the outer periphery to be joined to the slab frame 1,
Before or after incorporating the corrugated steel plates 7 ... into the in-plane 6 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1, the corrugated steel plates 7 and 7 have the same shape along the divided vertical sides. Corrugated steel plates 12 are applied, and the corrugated steel plates 7 and 7 are joined to each other by the corrugated steel plates 12 for joining,
A frame frame 8 for joining corrugated steel plates 7 incorporated into a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame 1 and a plate 5 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1 are bonded.

The invention described in claim 5 is the construction method of the earthquake resistant wall described in claim 1,
A frame 8 for joining is attached to the outer periphery of a plurality of corrugated steel plates 7 having a shape equal to a longitudinal division of the in-plane 6 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1,
Before or after incorporating the corrugated steel plates 7 into the in-plane 6 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1, the frame frames 8 for joining the divided vertical sides of the adjacent corrugated steel plates 7, 7 are joined together. Joined,
A frame frame 8 for joining corrugated steel plates 7 incorporated into a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame 1 and a plate 5 of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1 are bonded.

The invention described in claim 6 is the construction method of the earthquake resistant wall according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
The column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1 is a combination of a precast concrete member and a cast-in-place concrete member.

  According to the method for constructing a seismic wall according to the present invention, a peripheral frame formed of columns and beams is constructed with a precast concrete member in which a stress transmission element is previously installed, and a design of rigidity and strength is performed in the plane of the peripheral frame. Since the corrugated steel sheet having a high degree of freedom is incorporated and the corrugated steel sheet and the stress transmission element are joined so as to be able to transmit a horizontal force, it is possible to omit a complicated process when the peripheral frame is constructed with a cast-in-place concrete structure. That is, the labor can be reduced, the construction time can be greatly reduced, and the construction period can be shortened and the work efficiency can be improved.

  The stud material 4... And the plate 5 joined to the stud material 4 are installed on the inner peripheral surface of the peripheral frame 1 made of precast concrete. A frame 8 for joining is attached to the outer periphery of the corrugated steel sheet 7, and the corrugated steel sheet 7 is incorporated in the in-plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1 in such a manner that the crease is in the horizontal direction. And are joined so that stress can be transmitted.

1 to 3 show an embodiment according to the first aspect of the present invention.
First, as shown in FIG. 1, a plurality of stud materials 4... Are preliminarily formed as stress transmission elements on the inner peripheral surfaces of the columns 2 and 3 of the columns / beam frames 1 (or columns / slab frames) made of precast concrete. And the steel plate 5 which joined this stud material 4 ... by welding is installed.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 2, a steel joining frame frame 8 is attached by welding along the outer periphery of the corrugated steel plate 7 incorporated into the in-plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1. As shown in the cross-sectional view of FIG. 2B, the width of the joining frame 8 is sufficiently wider than the wave height (or amplitude) of the corrugated steel plate provided orthogonally.

The corrugated steel plate 7 is a folded plate, and is formed into a rectangular wave shape, for example, so as to obtain mechanical characteristics. However, the cross-sectional shape of the corrugated steel sheet 7 is not limited to this, and can be implemented in various shapes as shown in FIGS.
The mechanical characteristics of the corrugated steel sheet 7 will be described. With respect to the horizontal shearing force, each of the folded sheets of the corrugated steel sheet 7 exhibits shear strength, and the deformation proceeds while maintaining the shear strength. Demonstrates excellent toughness and enables high deformation performance.

  In addition to the strength inherent in steel materials, the shear stiffness and strength are the thickness of the plate (usually about 9 mm to 22 mm), the number of overlapping sheets, the pitch (typically about 500 mm to 700 mm), and the wave height. It can be designed freely according to the design (typically about 80 mm to 150 mm).

  As shown in FIG. 3, the corrugated steel plate 7 to which the joining frame 8 is attached is incorporated into the in-plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1 in such an arrangement that the fold line is in the horizontal direction. Thereafter, the joining frame 8 of the corrugated steel sheet 7 and the inner peripheral surface plate 5 of the peripheral frame 1 are matched (see FIG. 3B) and joined by welding.

  Therefore, complicated steps required when framing the surrounding frame with a cast-in-place concrete structure, such as assembling of the formwork, placing of concrete and curing thereof, demolding and dismantling of the formwork, are not required. As a result, labor can be reduced and construction time can be greatly reduced, resulting in a reduction in work period and improvement in work efficiency.

Further, since the corrugated steel plate 7 is a folded plate, the corrugated steel plate expands and contracts freely like an accordion with respect to an axial force perpendicular to the corrugated streak, and has low rigidity and yield strength. Similarly, bending and bending within the corrugated surface can be freely expanded and contracted like an accordion to allow compression and tension, so that rigidity and yield strength are small. Therefore, the concrete pillar does not bear the axial force due to the creep and drying shrinkage of the concrete, and it does not change the mechanical properties as a seismic wall, so no additional axial force is introduced during construction and in service The shear buckling strength and toughness of the corrugated steel sheet are maintained at a high level, and a good seismic function is exhibited without causing secular change with respect to the shear deformation at the time of earthquake.
On the other hand, the rigidity and proof stress against the out-of-plane force (bending and shearing) in the direction perpendicular to the corrugated folding line are sufficiently large because they are folded plates. For the out-of-plane force (bending and shearing) in the direction parallel to the corrugated folding line, it exhibits mechanical characteristics such as low resistance because it is a folded plate.

In addition, as shown in FIG. 4, two corrugated steel plates 7 having a shape equivalent to a longitudinal division of the plane of the peripheral frame 1 may be incorporated into the plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1.
Specifically, the peripheral frame 1 and the peripheral frame 1 except for the divided vertical sides of the outer periphery of the two corrugated steel plates 7 and 7 having the same shape as the longitudinal frame 6 of the peripheral frame 1 divided into two equal parts. The frame 8 for joining is attached to the outer periphery to join. Next, before or after incorporating the corrugated steel sheet 7 into the in-plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1, the corrugated steel sheet for bonding 12 having the same shape is applied along the longitudinal sides of the adjacent corrugated steel sheets 7 and 7, The corrugated steel plates 7 and 7 are joined to each other by welding or bolt joining using the corrugated steel plate 12 for joining. At this time, the corrugated steel sheet 12 for bonding may be applied by sandwiching the corrugated steel sheet 7 from both sides. Thereafter, the joining frame 8 of the corrugated steel plate 7 incorporated in the peripheral frame 1 and the plate 5 of the peripheral frame 1 are matched and welded together. In this way, even if the precast concrete beams 3 and 3 have a long span, the corrugated steel plate 7 can be incorporated in the plane of the peripheral frame 1.
It should be noted that a plurality of corrugated steel plates 7 having a shape equivalent to a plurality of vertical divisions in the plane of the peripheral frame 1 can be incorporated into the plane of the peripheral frame 1 (invention of claim 4).

  Further, as shown in FIG. 5, a joining frame frame 8 is attached to the outer periphery of two corrugated steel plates 7 having a shape equivalent to a longitudinal division of the in-plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1 into two equal parts. Before or after incorporating 7 into the in-plane frame 6 of the peripheral frame 1, the adjacent corrugated steel plates 7, 7 are joined to each other by the welding or bolting or the like. Thereafter, the joining frame 8 of the corrugated steel plate 7 incorporated in the peripheral frame 1 and the plate 5 of the peripheral frame 1 may be matched and bonded (invention according to claim 5).

  At this time, if the bonding frame 8 slightly shorter than the vertical sides is attached to the divided vertical sides in such a manner as to provide the gaps 13 and 13 at the upper and lower ends, stress concentration at the joints can be avoided. .

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, instead of the stud material 4... And the plate 5 joined to the stud material 4. A corrugated steel sheet in which a plate 5 ′ partially protruding along the crease of the corrugated steel sheet 7 (see FIG. 6B) is installed on the in-plane 6, and the joining frame 8 is not attached to the upper and lower sides in the surface of the peripheral frame 1. 7 may be fitted, and the upper and lower sides thereof may be directly superimposed on the plate 5 ′ protruding into the surface (see FIG. 7B) and joined by welding or bolt joining. With respect to the method of joining the pillars 2 and 2 positioned on the left and right, it is performed under exactly the same conditions as in the first embodiment (the invention according to claim 2).

  FIG. 8 shows an embodiment according to the third aspect of the present invention. This embodiment is characterized in that a plurality of embedded nuts 9... Are preliminarily installed as stress transmitting elements on the precast concrete columns 2 and 2 and the beams 3 and the inner peripheral surface 6 of the frame. As shown in FIGS. 9A and 9B, a joining frame frame 8 in which bolt holes 10 are formed in the same arrangement as the nuts 9 is attached to the outer periphery of the corrugated steel sheet 7. Thereafter, as shown in FIGS. 10A and 10B, the corrugated steel plate 7 to which the joining frame 8 is attached is incorporated into the in-plane 6 of the peripheral frame 1 in such a manner that the crease is in a horizontal direction, The bolt holes 10 of the frame frame 8 are aligned with the nuts 9 installed on the peripheral frame 1, and the bolts 11 are screwed and joined to the nuts 9 through the bolt holes 10.

  Although the embodiment of the present invention has been described above, the present invention is not limited to such an embodiment. For example, although not shown, the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame 1 is a precast concrete member. The cast-in-place concrete member may be used in combination, or the stress transmission element may be installed in an existing concrete structure. (Invention of Claim 6)

A is the front view which showed the Example of the surrounding frame which installed the stud material and the plate, B is the longitudinal cross-sectional view of A. FIG. A is a front view of a corrugated steel plate attached with a joining frame, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. FIG. 1A is a front view showing an embodiment in which the corrugated steel shown in FIG. 2 is incorporated in the plane of the peripheral frame shown in FIG. 1, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. FIG. It is the front view which showed the Example which integrated the some corrugated steel plate in the surface of a periphery frame. It is the front view which showed the different Example which integrated the some corrugated steel plate in the surface of a periphery frame. A is a front view showing an embodiment of a peripheral frame in which a plate protruding partially in the plane is installed on the inner peripheral surface of the beam, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. FIG. A is a front view showing an embodiment in which corrugated steel plates are incorporated in the plane of the peripheral frame shown in FIG. 6, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. FIG. A is a front view showing an embodiment of a peripheral frame in which nuts are installed on the inner peripheral surface, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. FIG. A is a front view of a corrugated steel plate to which a joining frame having a bolt hole is attached, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. FIG. FIG. 9A is a front view showing an embodiment in which the corrugated steel shown in FIG. 9 is incorporated in the plane of the peripheral frame shown in FIG. 8, and B is a longitudinal sectional view of A. AD is explanatory drawing which showed the different cross-sectional shape of a corrugated steel plate.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Peripheral frame 4 Stud material 5, 5 'plate 6 In frame surface 7 Corrugated steel plate 8 Frame frame for joining 9 Nut 10 Bolt hole 11 Bolt 12 Corrugated steel plate for joining

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  1. A method for constructing a seismic wall in which corrugated steel sheets are incorporated in a horizontal direction in the plane of a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame that generates interlayer deformation by horizontal force,
    Pre-cast concrete pillars / beams or columns / slabs are pre-installed with studs and plates joined to the studs in advance,
    A frame for joining is attached to the outer periphery of the corrugated steel sheet, and the corrugated steel sheet is incorporated in the plane of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame in such an arrangement that the folding line is in the horizontal direction.
    A method for constructing a seismic wall, characterized in that the plate and the frame for joining are joined so that a horizontal force can be transmitted.
  2.   Pre-cast concrete columns / beam frames or horizontal members that form columns / slab frames are pre-installed with plates that partially protrude into the surface of the frame. The method for constructing a seismic wall according to claim 1, wherein the earthquake resistant wall is directly attached to the plate without being attached.
  3. A method for constructing a seismic wall in which corrugated steel sheets are incorporated in a horizontal direction in the plane of a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame that generates interlayer deformation by horizontal force,
    Install nuts in advance on the inner peripheral surface of the precast concrete column / beam frame or column / slab frame,
    At the outer periphery of the corrugated steel plate, a joining frame frame in which bolt holes are formed in the same arrangement as the nut is attached,
    Incorporating the corrugated steel sheet in the plane of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame with the crease in the horizontal direction,
    A method for constructing a seismic wall, characterized in that a bolt hole of the frame for joining is matched with a nut installed in a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame, and a bolt is screwed into the nut through the bolt hole and joined.
  4. Of the outer peripheries of a plurality of corrugated steel sheets with the same shape as the vertical division of the in-plane of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame, it is joined to the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame except for the divided vertical sides. Attach the frame for joining to the outer periphery
    Before or after incorporating this corrugated steel sheet into the plane of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame, apply the corrugated steel sheet for bonding of the same shape along the divided vertical sides of the adjacent corrugated steel sheet, Corrugated steel sheets are joined together with corrugated steel sheets for joining,
    The construction of a seismic wall according to claim 1, characterized in that a frame frame for joining corrugated steel plates incorporated in a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame and a plate of the column / beam frame or column / slab frame are bonded. Method.
  5. Attach a frame for joining to the outer periphery of a plurality of corrugated steel plates with the same shape as the longitudinal division of the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame,
    Before or after incorporating this corrugated steel sheet into the surface of the column / beam frame or pillar / slab frame, join the frame frames for joining the divided vertical sides of the adjacent corrugated steel sheet,
    The frame of a corrugated steel plate incorporated in a column / beam frame or a column / slab frame and a plate of the column / beam frame or column / slab frame are bonded to each other. Construction method.
  6.   The method for constructing a seismic wall according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the column / beam frame or the column / slab frame is a combined use of a precast concrete member and a cast-in-place concrete member.
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