JP2007145167A - Seal structure of cowl top cover - Google Patents

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JP2007145167A
JP2007145167A JP2005342192A JP2005342192A JP2007145167A JP 2007145167 A JP2007145167 A JP 2007145167A JP 2005342192 A JP2005342192 A JP 2005342192A JP 2005342192 A JP2005342192 A JP 2005342192A JP 2007145167 A JP2007145167 A JP 2007145167A
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Akihiro Ishikawa
Kazuhiro Sakai
晃弘 石川
一浩 酒井
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cowl top cover in which end treatment of a sealant is easily performed. <P>SOLUTION: A terminal locking means 10 for fixing a terminal part 8a of a sealant is provided inside on both end sides of an insertion groove 5a of a body 5 of a cowl top cover to be sealed by the sealant 8 by inserting a lower edge of a front glass 7 in the insertion groove 5a formed in a rear end of the cowl top cover body 5 via the sealant 8. When inserting the sealant 8 in the insertion groove 5a, the positions of both terminals 8a are regulated by fixing both terminal parts 8a of the sealant 8 by the terminal locking means 10, and works in which the sealant 8 is expanded/contracted so that the total length of the precut seal material 8 is within the insertion groove 5a, and the sealant 8 is inserted in the insertion groove 5a can be omitted, and the insertion work of the sealant 8 can be efficiently performed in a short time. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2007,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a cowl top cover sealing structure that facilitates terminal treatment of a sealing material for sealing a windshield.
  Conventionally, many automobiles such as passenger cars have an engine room installed at the front of the vehicle body, and a power engine is mounted in the engine room.
  The engine room has a structure in which left and right side surfaces are covered with a front fender and an upper surface opening is covered with a hood that can be opened and closed in a vertical direction, and a cowl top cover is installed above the rear part of the engine room.
  The cowl top cover is formed by a long member integrally formed of resin, and an intake port is opened in part.
  The air intake port introduces outside air into the vehicle interior when the vehicle travels, and a mesh is provided on the entire surface of the air intake port so that foreign matters such as rainwater and dead leaves do not enter.
  An insertion groove for inserting the lower edge of the windshield provided in the front of the passenger compartment is formed on the rear edge of the front cowl cover over the entire length, and the lower end of the windshield is formed at the bottom of the insertion groove. A sealing material is provided to prevent rainwater or the like from entering the vehicle interior by contacting the edge (for example, Patent Document 1).
  The cowl top cover described in Patent Document 1 has an insertion groove for inserting the lower end edge of the windshield formed by the first plate portion and the second plate portion, and an excessive external force acts on the windshield. The second plate portion is deformed so that the external force is suppressed and at the same time the lower end edge of the windshield is not exposed to the outside. As another embodiment, a sealing material is provided in the insertion groove. A seal structure is described in which rainwater, dust, and the like are prevented from entering by bringing the lower edge of the windshield into contact with the seal material.
  On the other hand, in the sealing structure of the cited document 1 in which a sealing material is provided in the insertion groove of the cowl top cover and the lower end edge of the windshield is brought into contact with the sealing material to prevent intrusion of rainwater or the like, it is in a string shape. The formed long sealing material is cut into an appropriate length and then inserted into the insertion groove using a jig such as a roller. At this time, the end treatment of the sealing material becomes a problem.
For this reason, conventionally, as shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, after a string-like sealing material c is inserted into the insertion groove b formed in the rear edge of the cowl top cover a using a jig, The terminal d of the material c is bent in a substantially U shape toward the bottom surface e side of the insertion groove b, and is projected below the bottom surface e at a position slightly different from the diameter of the sealing material c at a place different from the insertion groove b. The terminal d of the sealing material c is fixed by press-fitting the terminal d between the locking pin f and the bottom surface e.
Japanese Patent Laying-Open No. 2005-238915 (paragraph 0057 and FIG. 11)
  However, the conventional terminal processing method has the following problems.
  That is, when the sealing material c is inserted into the insertion groove b of the cowl top cover a, the sealing effect is impaired because the sealing material c does not reach the entire insertion groove b if the sealing material c is shorter than the length of the insertion groove b. Shaking occurs on the windshield.
  Further, when the terminal d of the sealing material c is processed, it looks bad if the terminal d of the sealing material c protrudes larger than the locking pin f.
  For this reason, the sealing material c is cut into an appropriate length in consideration of the length of the insertion groove b. However, since the sealing material c is formed of an elastic material, the insertion groove b is formed using a jig. May expand and contract when inserted.
  When the sealing member c expands and contracts, even if the sealing material c is cut to an appropriate length in advance, the terminal d does not always coincide with the position of the locking pin f. Although the seal material c is inserted into the insertion groove b while pulling or shrinking the seal material c so as to coincide with the position of the locking pin f, many man-hours are required for inserting the seal material c. The work efficiency is inferior as necessary.
  Further, when the sealing material c is inserted into the insertion groove b while extending or shrinking the sealing material c, the outer diameter of the sealing material c varies, so that the lower end edge of the windshield uniformly contacts the sealing material c. As a result, the sealing effect may be reduced.
  The present invention has been made to remedy such a problem, and an object of the present invention is to provide a cowl top cover in which a terminal treatment of a sealing material is easy.
  The sealing structure of the cowl top cover of the present invention is such that the lower end edge of the windshield is inserted into the insertion groove formed in the rear end portion of the cowl top cover main body through the sealing material, thereby sealing with the sealing material. The cowl top cover has a sealing structure in which terminal locking means for fixing a terminal portion of the sealing material is provided on the end side of the insertion groove.
  According to the above configuration, when the sealing material is inserted into the insertion groove, the terminal portion is defined by fixing the terminal portion of the sealing material by the terminal locking means formed on the end side of the insertion groove. It is not necessary to press-fit between the locking pin projecting at a different location and the bottom surface, and the sealing material can be extended so that the entire length of the sealing material cut in advance fits in the insertion groove. This eliminates the need to shrink and insert the sealing material into the insertion groove, which makes it possible to efficiently insert the sealing material in a short time and eliminates the need to cut the sealing material more than the length of the insertion groove in advance. Therefore, the sealing material is not wasted and is economical.
  In addition, since there is no variation in the outer diameter of the sealing material inserted into the insertion groove, the sealing material comes into contact with the lower end surface of the windshield evenly, thereby obtaining a more stable sealing effect. Be able to.
  The sealing structure of the cowl top cover of the present invention is such that the terminal locking means is formed by a protrusion protruding from the inner surface of the insertion groove in a direction crossing the sealing material.
  With the above configuration, since the protrusion bites into the outer periphery of the sealing material from the direction intersecting the sealing material, the sealing material terminal portion can be securely fixed, and when the cowl top cover body is molded with resin, the terminal locking means is provided. Since it can be simultaneously molded, the terminal fixing means can be obtained at low cost.
  In the cowl top cover sealing structure according to the present invention, the protrusion is formed by a protrusion protruding from the inner surface of the insertion groove.
  With this configuration, the molding die structure of the cowl top cover is not complicated, and the terminal locking means can be obtained at a lower cost.
  In the cowl top cover sealing structure of the present invention, the terminal locking means is formed by narrowing the groove width on the bottom side of the insertion groove.
  With this configuration, when the cowl top cover body is molded from resin, the terminal locking means can be molded at the same time, so that the terminal locking means can be obtained at a low cost.
  The sealing structure of the cowl top cover of the present invention is such that the bottom surface on the end side of the insertion groove is inclined so as to be gradually lowered toward the end portion side.
  With the above-described configuration, a substantially triangular space is formed between the lower end edge of the windshield and the bottom surface. Therefore, even if an excessive impact acts on the front face of the windshield when the automobile collides, the windshield The bottom edge of the end of the flank can absorb the impact by escaping into these spaces, so that the impact during the impact can be mitigated, and even if rainwater enters the insertion groove, Because it can be discharged to both sides of the engine compartment, it does not overflow to the passenger compartment side.
  According to the sealing structure of the cowl top cover of the present invention, when the sealing material is inserted into the insertion groove, the terminal portion of the sealing material is fixed by the terminal locking means formed inside the end side of the insertion groove. Since the position is defined, there is no need to press-fit between the locking pin projecting at a different place and the bottom surface as in the prior art, and the entire length of the sealing material cut in advance is inserted into the insertion groove. It is not necessary to insert the seal material into the insertion groove by extending or shrinking the seal material so that it fits inside, so that the insertion work of the seal material can be performed efficiently in a short time, and the length of the insertion groove in advance Since there is no need to cut off a large amount of sealing material, the sealing material is not wasted and economical, and there is no variation in the outer diameter of the sealing material inserted into the insertion groove. Now the sealing material is uniformly abutted against the lower end surface of the windshield, thereby becomes more stable as the sealing effect is obtained.
  Embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
  1 is a perspective view showing the front portion of the automobile, FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA in FIG. 1, FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing the vicinity of the insertion groove of the cowl top cover, and FIG. FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line C-C in FIG. 3.
  The automobile shown in FIG. 1 is, for example, a passenger car, and an engine room 2 is installed in the front part of the vehicle body 1, and a power engine (not shown) is mounted in the engine room 2.
  The engine room 2 has a structure in which left and right side surfaces are covered with a hood panel 3 and an upper surface opening is covered with a hood 4 that can be opened and closed in the vertical direction. It is fully prepared.
  The cowl top cover body 5 is formed of a long member integrally formed of resin, and has an intake port 5h covered with a mesh 5g on the front surface, and outside air is introduced into the vehicle compartment 6 from the intake port. It can be introduced.
  A windshield 7 is provided on the front surface of the passenger compartment 6, and the lower end edge of the windshield 7 is slanted in the insertion groove 5 a formed at the rear end edge of the cowl top cover body 5 as shown in FIG. 2. It is inserted from above. Here, “insertion” refers to the case where the lower end edge of the windshield 7 is closely fitted into the insertion groove 5a, and the lower end edge of the windshield 7 is closely attached to one of the upper surface plate 5b and the lower surface plate 5c. In addition, the case where the insertion groove 5a is loosely inserted into the other includes the case where the insertion groove 5a is pushed outward from the inside by the lower end edge of the windshield 7 inserted into the insertion groove 5a. And the lower end edge of the windshield 7 inserted in the insertion groove 5a presses the sealing material 8, and is fixed without play.
  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the insertion groove 5a of the cowl top cover main body 5 has an upper surface plate 5b that is flush with the upper surface of the cowl top cover main body 5, and a lower surface that is integrally formed below the upper surface plate 5b. The face plate 5c and the bottom plate 5d having the lower end of the bottom plate 5c connected to the top plate 5b are formed in a substantially U-shaped cross section. The groove width W of the insertion groove 5a formed by the top plate 5b and the bottom plate 5c It is slightly larger than the plate thickness t of the glass 7.
  The height of the lower surface plate 5c is slightly shorter than that of the upper surface plate 5b, and a small arc-shaped guide surface 5e that curves from the inner surface to the outer surface side of the insertion groove 5a is formed at the tip. When the lower edge of the windshield 7 is fitted into 5a, the guide surface 5e guides the lower edge of the windshield 7 to the insertion groove 5a.
  The length in the vehicle width direction of the lower surface plate 5c forming the insertion groove 5a is slightly shorter than the upper surface plate 5b as shown in FIG. 5, and the terminal portion 8a of the sealing material 8 inserted into the insertion groove 5b Even if it protrudes slightly from the insertion groove 5a, the upper surface plate 5b hides the protruding portion, so that it cannot be seen from the outside of the vehicle.
  As shown in FIG. 3, the bottom plate 5d of the insertion groove 5a is inclined so that both end sides of the insertion groove 5a are sequentially lowered toward the end portion, and both end portions of the sealing material 8 are disposed above the inclined bottom plate 5d. Terminal locking means 10 for locking 8a is formed.
  As shown in FIG. 5, the terminal locking means 10 includes a plurality of protrusions that protrude from the upper surface of the land portion 5 f bulged on the inner surface of the lower surface plate 5 c in a direction intersecting with the seal material 8. It consists of the protrusion 10a.
  Each protrusion 10a protrudes from the inner bottom surface of the bottom plate 5d to a substantially intermediate portion of the lower surface plate 5c so as to project in a mountain shape in the height direction of the lower surface plate 5c, and each protrusion 10a extends in the vehicle width direction. They are formed to be parallel to each other with a gap.
  And the terminal part 8a of the sealing material 8 is fixed when the ridgeline part of each protrusion 10a bites into the terminal part 8a of the sealing material 8 press-fitted in the insertion groove 5a.
  The sealing material 8 has a long string shape with a circular cross section, for example, and is formed of a waterproof elastic material as a whole. The diameter D of the sealing material 8 is the groove width of the insertion groove 5a. It is formed to be the same as or slightly larger than W, and is cut in advance so as to be slightly longer than the length of the insertion groove 5a in the vehicle width direction.
  Next, the operation of the cowl top cover sealing structure constructed as described above will be described.
  When the cowl top cover body 5 integrally molded with resin is attached at a predetermined position above the rear part of the engine compartment 2, the sealing material 8 is inserted into the insertion groove 5a of the cowl top cover body 5 before the windshield 7 is attached. .
  The long sealing material 8 is cut in advance to an appropriate length, and before being inserted into the insertion groove 5a, one end portion 8a of the sealing material 8 is first press-fitted into one end side of the insertion groove 5a.
  A terminal locking means 10 formed by a plurality of protrusions 10a is provided at one end side of the insertion groove 5a, and the locking means is formed by press-fitting the terminal portion 8a of the sealing material 8 into the insertion groove 5a. Since the ten protrusions 10a bite into the outer peripheral surface of the sealing material 8 as shown in FIG. 5, one terminal portion 8 a of the sealing material 8 can be fixed by the terminal locking means 10.
  Next, when the intermediate portion of the sealing material 8 is aligned with the inlet of the insertion groove 5a with the other end portion 8a of the sealing material 8, the other end portion 8a of the sealing material 8 is connected to the other end of the insertion groove 5a. The other end portion 8a of the sealing material 8 is fixed to the terminal locking means 10 formed on the other end side of the insertion groove 5a in the same manner as the one end portion 8a.
  Since this operation is performed so that the intermediate portion of the sealing material 8 is not loosened, the intermediate portion of the sealing material 8 aligned with the inlet of the insertion groove 5a is inserted to the middle of the insertion groove 5a. Using a jig (not shown) such as a roller, the sealing material 8 is inserted into the insertion groove 5a until the sealing material 8 contacts the bottom surface of the insertion groove 5a.
  At this time, the both end portions 8a of the sealing material 8 are fixed by the terminal locking means 10 provided on both ends of the insertion groove 5a, and the positions of the both end portions 8a are defined. There is no need to work to stretch or shrink the sealing material 8 so that the entire length is within the insertion groove 5a.
  As a result, the insertion operation of the sealing material 8 can be performed efficiently in a short time, and there is no fear of variations in the outer diameter of the sealing material 8 inserted into the insertion groove 5a.
  When the sealing material 8 is inserted into the cowl top cover main body 5 as described above, the lower end edge of the windshield 7 is inserted into the insertion groove 5a obliquely from above, and the windshield 7 is attached. Since the guide surface 5e formed at the tip of the lower surface plate 5c to be formed guides the lower edge of the windshield 7 to the insertion groove 5a, even if the windshield 7 is curved in the vehicle width direction, Easy insertion.
  The lower edge of the windshield 7 inserted into the insertion groove 5a is brought into contact with the outer peripheral surface of the sealing material 8 inserted into the insertion groove 5a as shown in FIG. However, since there is no variation in the outer diameter of the sealing material 8 inserted into the insertion groove 5a, the sealing material 8 is under the windshield 7. It comes to contact | abut uniformly at an end surface, and, thereby, the more stable sealing effect will be acquired.
  Further, the bottom surfaces of both ends of the insertion groove 5a are gradually inclined outward to form a substantially triangular space between the lower end edges of the front glass 7 and the bottom plate 5d.
  As a result, even if an excessive impact is applied to the front surface of the windshield 7 when the automobile collides, the impact is absorbed by the lower edges of the both ends of the windshield 7 escaping into these spaces. In addition, even if rainwater or the like enters the insertion groove 5a, it can be discharged to both sides of the engine compartment 2 due to the inclination of the bottom surface, so that it does not overflow to the vehicle compartment 2 side.
  In the above-described embodiment, the protrusion 10a of the terminal locking means 10 is provided on the inner surface of the lower surface plate 5c forming the insertion groove 5a. When the protrusions 10a are provided on the inner surfaces of the upper and lower surface plates 5b and 5c, the protrusions 10a may be provided so as to face each other, and the protrusions 10a may be staggered. You may project 10a.
  Instead of the protrusion 10a of the terminal locking means 10, a plurality of substantially hemispherical protrusions may be provided on one inner surface of the upper and lower surface plates 5b, 5c to form the terminal locking means 10.
  Further, as in the modification shown in FIG. 6, the terminal locking means 10 may be formed by a narrow portion 10c in which the groove width W1 on the bottom side of the insertion groove 5a is narrower than the groove width W on the upper side. By pressing the end portion 8a of the sealing material 8 into the narrow portion 10c of the stopper 10 from above, the outer peripheral portion of the sealing material 8 is clamped by the narrow portion 10c. The terminal portion 8a of the material 8 can be reliably fixed.
  In the sealing structure of the cowl top cover of the present invention, when the sealing material is inserted into the insertion groove, both ends of the sealing material are fixed by fixing both ends of the sealing material by the terminal locking means formed inside both ends of the insertion groove. Therefore, it is not necessary to press fit between the locking pin projecting at a different place and the bottom surface as in the prior art, and the entire length of the sealing material cut in advance is inserted in the insertion groove. It is no longer necessary to insert the sealing material into the insertion groove by extending or shrinking the sealing material so that it can be accommodated. Since it is not necessary to cut the sealing material, the sealing material is not wasted and economical, and there is no variation in the outer diameter of the sealing material inserted into the insertion groove. The cowl top cover comes into contact with the lower end surface of the windshield evenly, and a more stable sealing effect can be obtained. Ideal for seal structures.
1 is a perspective view of an automobile employing a cowl top cover sealing structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. It is sectional drawing which follows the AA line of FIG. It is a perspective view of the cowl top cover which employ | adopted the seal structure which becomes embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which follows the BB line of FIG. It is sectional drawing which follows the CC line of FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows the modification of the terminal latching means provided in the seal structure of the cowl top cover which becomes embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows the sealing structure of the conventional cowl top cover. It is sectional drawing which follows the EE line | wire of FIG.
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  1. A cowl top cover sealing structure in which the lower end edge of the windshield is inserted into the insertion groove formed in the rear end portion of the cowl top cover body through the sealing material, and the sealing material is sealed with the sealing material, A sealing structure for a cowl top cover, wherein a terminal locking means for fixing the terminal portion of the sealing material is provided on an end side of the insertion groove.
  2. 2. The cowl top cover sealing structure according to claim 1, wherein the terminal locking means is formed by a protrusion protruding from an inner surface of the insertion groove in a direction intersecting the sealing material.
  3. The cowl top cover sealing structure according to claim 2, wherein the protrusion is formed by a protrusion protruding from an inner surface of the insertion groove.
  4. The cowl top cover sealing structure according to claim 1, wherein the terminal locking means is formed by narrowing the groove width on the bottom side of the insertion groove.
  5. The cowl top cover sealing structure according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein an end-side bottom surface of the insertion groove is inclined so as to be gradually lowered toward the end side.
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