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JP2007245759A
JP2007245759A JP2006067982A JP2006067982A JP2007245759A JP 2007245759 A JP2007245759 A JP 2007245759A JP 2006067982 A JP2006067982 A JP 2006067982A JP 2006067982 A JP2006067982 A JP 2006067982A JP 2007245759 A JP2007245759 A JP 2007245759A
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Junichiro Yamashita
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An object of the present invention is to prevent radio waves passing through a vehicle body from erroneously detecting people, animals, etc. outside the vehicle and to ensure a sealing property between an inner panel and an outer panel.
A first internal space is formed between a resin inner panel and a resin outer panel. An adhesive portion 21 is provided so as to surround the through-hole 17 formed in the outer panel 5 to bond the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 in a watertight manner. A cover 33 is attached to the inner panel 3 so as to form a second internal space 35 between the inner panel 3 and the inner panel 3. In the first internal space 15, a first mat 31 made of a laminate of a conductive sheet material 23 and a base material 25 that changes the phase of a radio wave from a radio wave transmitter is disposed in an external region 15 b outside the bonding portion 21. The second mat 37 is disposed in the second internal space 35 in correspondence with at least the internal region 15a.
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  The present invention relates to an improvement in a vehicle door structure, and more particularly, to a measure for preventing a radio wave transmitted from a radio wave transmitter mounted in a vehicle from erroneously detecting a person or an animal outside the vehicle.

  In recent years, in automobiles, while the driver is locked away from the vehicle, damages such as car theft and car rage are constant. For this reason, when a radio wave transmitter is installed in the vehicle and a suspicious person enters the vehicle and blocks the radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter, for example, an alarm is activated to generate an alarm sound. Anti-theft measures are in place to inform people around you.

  However, when the vehicle body is made of resin, the radio waves transmitted from the radio wave transmitter easily pass through the vehicle body, and if a radio wave emitted outside the vehicle is blocked by a person or animal outside the vehicle, a device such as an alarm will be detected. It will malfunction.

Therefore, in Patent Document 1, as a vehicle door structure, a harness wired between the rear parcel panel and the parcel trim behind the rear seat is covered with a protector, and radio waves generated from the harness are blocked by the protector, A vehicle door structure is disclosed in which the radio wave does not adversely affect the reception sensitivity of an antenna provided on a rear window glass.
JP-A-10-45036 (paragraphs 0006, 0007, FIG. 3)

  By the way, by placing a conductive sheet material that changes the phase of the radio wave in the internal space formed between the resin inner panel and the resin outer panel of the door, the radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter is transmitted to people outside the vehicle. It is conceivable to prevent malfunctions of devices such as alarm devices by erroneously detecting animals and animals. In such a door structure, if a through hole for attaching a door operation lever, a lamp, or the like is formed in the outer panel, rain water or car wash water enters the internal space from the through hole and wets the mat. It causes a decline in function. Therefore, if the inner panel and the outer panel are sealed around the through hole to prevent intrusion of rain water and car wash water into the internal space, there is a conductive sheet material between the inner panel and the outer panel. Therefore, the inner panel and the outer panel cannot be directly joined. Therefore, there is a problem that the sealing performance between the inner panel and the outer panel becomes insufficient.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above points, and prevents radio waves passing through the vehicle body from erroneously detecting people, animals, etc. outside the vehicle, and ensures sealing performance between the inner panel and the outer panel. Objective.

  In order to achieve the above object, the present invention is characterized by elaborating the arrangement of the panel structure and the conductive sheet material around the through hole.

  Specifically, the invention described in claim 1 is a radio wave transmitted from a radio wave transmitter mounted in a vehicle to a first internal space formed between the resin inner panel and the resin outer panel. A first mat composed of a laminate of a conductive sheet material and a base material that changes the phase of the inner sheet is disposed, and the outer panel is formed with a through hole that communicates the first inner space with the vehicle outer side. The panel and the outer panel are watertightly bonded by an adhesive portion formed so as to surround the through-hole, and at least the inner panel corresponding to the inner region surrounded by the adhesive portion is disposed on the inner side of the vehicle with the inner panel. A resin cover is attached so that a second internal space is formed therebetween, and the first mat has an annular shape in which an opening is formed corresponding to at least the internal region. It is arranged in an external area outside the bonding part in one internal space, and in the second internal space, a second mat made of a laminate of a conductive sheet material and a base material corresponds to at least the internal area. It is arranged.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the present invention, the second mat is disposed on the inner surface of the cover so as to be covered with a resin sound-absorbing mat, and the outer peripheral edge of the sound-absorbing mat is the cover. It is welded to the inner surface.

  The invention according to claim 3 is the invention according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the opening of the first mat is formed by cutting the mat material in an annular shape, and the second mat is formed by the mat material. It is characterized by being formed of a cutting mat piece.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, since the phase of the radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter to the inside of the vehicle passes through the conductive sheet material, even if the radio wave passes through the vehicle body, Etc. can be prevented from being erroneously detected, and devices such as alarm devices do not malfunction. Further, since the outer panel and the inner panel are bonded to each other without interposing a mat having a conductive sheet material between the panels so as to surround the through-holes of the outer panel, rainwater entering from the through-holes can be obtained. And car wash water does not reach the external area in the first internal space, does not wet electrical equipment such as the first mat and rear wiper motor arranged in the external area in the first internal space, The inner panel and the outer panel can be securely bonded around the through hole.

  According to the second aspect of the present invention, the second mat and the sound absorbing mat can be separately disposed on the cover inner surface only by arranging the sound absorbing mat on the cover inner surface. The number of mounting steps can be reduced compared to the case of arranging.

  According to the third aspect of the present invention, the mat material is cut for use as the first mat by forming the opening, and the cut mat piece is used as the second mat so that the mat material can be used without waste. Can be used.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

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FIG. 1 shows a back door 1 constituting a part of a vehicle body, and a door structure according to an embodiment of the present invention is applied to the back door 1. As shown in FIG. 2, the back door 1 includes an inner panel 3 and an outer panel 5 disposed outside the inner panel 3, and the outer edge portions of the back door 1 are integrally joined to each other by an adhesive 19. It is configured. Both the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 are formed of a resin material.

  A substantially rectangular window opening 7 is formed in the outer panel 5, and a window glass 9 is bonded to the outer panel 5 so as to cover the window opening 7. A substantially rectangular license plate accommodating portion 11 is formed at the center of the outer panel 5 in the vehicle width direction so as to be recessed in the vehicle body. In FIG. 1, reference numeral 13 denotes a hinge mounting portion that pivotally supports the back door 1 so as to be able to open downward on an upper end edge (not shown) of the opening at the rear of the vehicle body.

  A first internal space 15 is formed between the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5. A through hole 17 that communicates the vehicle outer side and the first internal space 15 in the vehicle vertical direction is formed at the center of the upper end of the license plate accommodating portion 11 of the outer panel 5. The through hole 17 is for attaching a door operation lever, a lamp or the like (not shown). An adhesive portion 21 is formed between the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 so that the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 are integrally joined to each other by an adhesive 19 so as to surround the through hole 17. The inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 are bonded in a watertight manner by the portion 21. Specifically, a region surrounded by the bonding portion 21 of the first internal space 15 is defined as an internal region 15a, and the outside of the bonding portion 21 in the first internal space 15 is defined as an external region 15b from the through hole 17. Rain water or car wash water that enters is blocked by the bonding portion 21 and does not reach the external region 15b in the first internal space 15.

  In the first internal space 15, as shown in an enlarged view in FIG. 2, the conductive sheet material 23 and the base material 25 that change the phase of the radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter mounted on the vehicle to the inside of the vehicle. A first mat 31 made of a laminate is disposed. Specifically, the first mat 31 has an annular shape in which an opening portion 29 corresponding to the inner region 15a of the first inner space 15 and the lower region is formed (see FIG. 3 described later), 1 is arranged in an outer area 15 b of the inner space 15 so as to surround the license plate accommodating portion 11.

  The conductive sheet material 23 constituting the first mat 31 has a phase of a radio wave transmitted through the vehicle when a radio wave transmitted from a radio wave transmitter (not shown) mounted on the vehicle passes outside the vehicle. This is for changing the phase so that the phase is different from the phase of the radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter. The phase of the radio wave that passes outside the vehicle is set to a phase that cannot be detected by a radio wave detection sensor (not shown) mounted inside the vehicle. In other words, the conductive sheet material 23 is detected by the radio wave detection sensor when the in-vehicle radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter is blocked by a person's intrusion into the car. Even if it is blocked by the radio wave, the radio wave detection sensor can change the phase of the radio wave so that it is not detected. The conductive sheet material 23 is an aluminum foil, a copper foil, or the like, but it is desirable to use an aluminum foil that is lightweight and easy to manufacture and install. Since the conductive sheet material 23 is thin and unstable, the base material 25 plays a role of holding the conductive sheet material 23. As the material, a lightweight material such as urethane foam, cardboard or felt is used. desirable. Further, the first mat 31 configured as described above has ribs, bosses and the like formed on the inner panel 3 with the conductive sheet material 23 facing the outer panel 5 side and the base material 25 facing the inner panel 3 side ( (Not shown). Although the first mat 31 is set in such a direction, it may be reversed.

  A cover 33 formed of a resin material is attached to the inner side of the inner panel 3, i.e., the back side of the license plate housing 11, and between the cover 33 and the inner panel 3, A second internal space 35 is formed. The cover 33 corresponds to the internal region 15a of the first internal space 15 and a partial region below the internal region 15a. The lower end of the cover 33 is fitted into slits 3 a formed at a plurality of locations in the vehicle width direction of the inner panel 3, and the upper end is detachably attached to the inner panel 3.

  On the inner surface of the cover 33 in the second internal space 35, a second mat 37 made of a laminate of the conductive sheet material 23 and the base material 25 and configured in the same manner as the first mat 31 is shown in FIG. As shown in an enlarged manner, the conductive sheet material 23 is directed to the inner panel 3 side and the base material 25 is directed to the cover 33 side so as to correspond to the internal region 15a and a partial region below the internal region 15a. The sound-absorbing mat 39 and the second mat 37 are joined and held to the cover 33 by heat-welding the outer peripheral edge of the sound-absorbing mat 39 to the inner surface of the cover 33. ing. The base material 25 may be disposed on the inner panel 3 side and the conductive sheet material 23 may be disposed on the cover 33 side. Here, the second mat 37 is sandwiched between the cover 33 and the sound absorbing mat 39 because the sound absorbing mat 39 is made of resin and can be thermally welded to the resin cover 33. 39 is sandwiched between the second mat 37 and the cover 33, and the second mat 37 is welded to the cover 33, the conductive sheet material 23 is laminated on the second mat 37. This is because the second mat 37 cannot be thermally welded to the cover 33.

  The sound-absorbing mat 39 is made of a sound-absorbing material alone, and a suitable material is a porous lightweight material such as urethane foam, felt, or cinsalate (trade name, manufactured by Sumitomo 3M Limited) having a sound-absorbing effect.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the first mat 31 and the second mat 37 are formed of a mat material 27 made of a laminate (see FIG. 3B) in which a conductive sheet material 23 is attached to one side surface of the substrate 25. Is cut into an annular shape (see the phantom line in FIG. 3 (a)) to obtain a first mat 31 with an opening 29 formed thereon, while a cut mat piece obtained by cutting the mat material 27 into an annular shape is a second mat. 37.

  Therefore, in this embodiment, since the phase of the radio wave transmitted from the radio wave transmitter mounted on the vehicle passes through the conductive sheet material 23, the phase changes. Therefore, even if the radio wave passes through the vehicle body, It is possible to prevent erroneous detection of people, animals, etc., and devices such as alarm devices do not malfunction.

  Further, the outer panel 5 and the inner panel 3 are bonded by the bonding portion 21 so as to surround the through hole 17 of the outer panel 5 without interposing a mat having the conductive sheet material 23 between the panels 3 and 5. Therefore, rainwater or car wash water entering from the through hole 17 does not reach the outer region 15b in the first inner space 15, and the first mat 31 or the like disposed in the outer region 15b in the first inner space 15 The electrical equipment such as a rear wiper motor (not shown) is not wetted, and the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 can be securely bonded around the through hole 17.

  Further, since the second mat 37 can be disposed on the inner surface of the cover 33 at the same time only by arranging the outer peripheral edge portion of the sound absorbing mat 39 on the inner surface of the cover 33, it can be compared with the case where they are separately disposed. Installation man-hours can be reduced.

  Further, the mat material 27 can be used without waste by forming an opening 29 in the mat material 27 and cutting the mat material 27 for use as the first mat 31, and using the cut mat pieces as the second mat 37. Can do.

  Furthermore, if a light and thin aluminum foil is used as the conductive sheet material 23, the mat material 27 can be manufactured, the first mat 31 and the second mat 37 can be formed from the mat material 27, and these can be used for an automobile. The arrangement work can be easily performed, and an inexpensive door structure can be provided.

  In the present embodiment, the opening 29 of the first mat 31 is formed so as to correspond to the inner region 15a and a part of the outer region 15b below the inner region 15a, but corresponds to only the outer region 15b. The opening 29 may be formed as described above. Moreover, although the back door 1 was demonstrated in this embodiment, it is also possible to apply to the side door of the vehicle which shape | molded both the inner panel 3 and the outer panel 5 with the resin material.

  The present invention is useful for a vehicle door structure that prevents radio waves transmitted from a radio wave transmitter mounted on a vehicle from erroneously detecting people or animals outside the vehicle.

It is a perspective view of the back door concerning an embodiment. It is sectional drawing and the elements on larger scale in the AA line of FIG. (A) is explanatory drawing which obtains a 1st mat and a 2nd mat from a mat | matte raw material in embodiment, (b) is sectional drawing in the BB line of Fig.3 (a).

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  1. In a first internal space formed between the resin inner panel and the resin outer panel, a conductive sheet material for changing the phase of radio waves transmitted from the radio wave transmitter mounted on the vehicle to the interior of the vehicle and the base material A first mat made of a laminate is disposed;
    The outer panel is formed with a through hole that communicates the first internal space with the outside of the vehicle, and the inner panel and the outer panel are watertightly bonded by an adhesive portion that is formed so as to surround the through hole. A resin cover is attached to the inner side of the inner panel corresponding to the inner region surrounded by the adhesive portion so that a second inner space is formed between the inner panel and the inner panel.
    The first mat has an annular shape in which an opening is formed corresponding to at least the inner region, and is disposed in an outer region outside the bonding portion in the first inner space.
    A vehicle door structure, wherein a second mat made of a laminate of a conductive sheet material and a base material is disposed in the second internal space so as to correspond to at least the internal region.
  2. The vehicle door structure according to claim 1,
    A door structure for a vehicle, wherein the second mat is covered with a resin sound absorbing mat on the inner surface of the cover, and an outer peripheral edge of the sound absorbing mat is welded to the inner surface of the cover.
  3. In the vehicle door structure according to claim 1 or 2,
    The opening of the first mat is formed by cutting the mat material into an annular shape,
    The vehicle door structure according to claim 1, wherein the second mat is formed of a cut mat piece of the mat material.
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