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JP6399300B2
JP6399300B2 JP2014213976A JP2014213976A JP6399300B2 JP 6399300 B2 JP6399300 B2 JP 6399300B2 JP 2014213976 A JP2014213976 A JP 2014213976A JP 2014213976 A JP2014213976 A JP 2014213976A JP 6399300 B2 JP6399300 B2 JP 6399300B2
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均 福田
均 福田
博志 岸本
博志 岸本
招宏 藪下
招宏 藪下
奈津 河合
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  The present invention relates to a vehicle seat, and is intended to suppress falling of a load placed on the upper surface of a seat cushion and to suppress a sense of discomfort when an occupant is seated.

  When a passenger is not seated in the passenger seat, the vehicle may run with the luggage placed in the passenger seat. If the vehicle is braked while the baggage is placed in the passenger seat, the baggage may shift forward and fall to the floor surface. Also, the baggage may move while driving and distract from attention while driving. There is a fear.

  For this reason, conventionally, a technology has been proposed in which a luggage jump-out prevention guard is provided on a seat cushion of a vehicle seat (see Patent Document 1). The technique disclosed in Patent Document 1 includes an L-shaped plate member that can be pulled out on an upper surface of a seat cushion of a vehicle seat, and a load is placed on the L-shaped plate member and sandwiched between seat backs. As a result, it is possible to prevent the luggage placed in the passenger seat from jumping out and moving.

  Conventionally proposed technology requires the provision of an L-shaped plate, and when stored, it can be a hindrance even if a passenger sits in the passenger seat by sandwiching it between the seat back and seat cushion There is no need to install an L-shaped plate as a separate member. For this reason, the number of parts increases, the work man-hour for installation will increase, and cost will increase.

  Although it is conceivable to place an anti-slip member with increased frictional resistance on the upper surface of the seat cushion of a vehicle seat, the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion increases, and the seating comfort becomes worse when the occupant is seated, making it uncomfortable. Arise. Although it is conceivable to place an anti-slip member only when placing a load, it takes time to place the load and the number of parts increases.

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  The present invention has been made in view of the above situation, and provides a vehicle seat that can suppress falling of a load placed on the upper surface of a seat cushion and can suppress a sense of discomfort when an occupant is seated. The purpose is to do.

In order to achieve the above object, a vehicle seat according to a first aspect of the present invention is provided at a central portion in the width direction of the upper surface of the seat cushion on the opposite side of the seat back, and increases the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion. A non-slip surface , wherein the non-slip surface is gradually narrowed toward the seat back relative to the width of the edge of the upper surface of the seat cushion opposite to the seat back. To do.

In the present invention according to claim 1, the anti-slip surface for increasing the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion is provided on the opposite side of the seat back, that is, the central portion in the width direction of the upper surface of the front side of the seat cushion. Even if the load placed on the upper surface of the seat cushion is shifted forward, the movement is restricted by the anti-slip surface, and the fall of the load can be suppressed. If the occupant is seated when the baggage is not placed, the area of the anti-slip surface will be a region where the pressure due to the occupant's seating is low, so there is little risk of discomfort when the occupant is seated, i.e. when the occupant is seated A sense of incongruity can be suppressed.
And since the non-slip | skid surface is gradually narrowed toward the seat back direction, a non-slip | skid surface can be provided in the position which avoided the area | region where the pressure by seating becomes high.

  In addition, since the anti-slip surface is provided on the upper surface of the front side of the seat cushion, the occupant's buttocks can move forward even when a relatively moving force is applied when the occupant is seated Can be suppressed, and the restraining effect of the seat belt can be enhanced.

  Accordingly, it is possible to suppress the falling of the load placed on the upper surface of the seat cushion, and it is possible to suppress the uncomfortable feeling when the occupant is seated.

  Incidentally, Japanese Patent No. 3507953 discloses a technique in which a seat cushion of a vehicle seat is provided with an anti-slip sheet. The point that the seat cushion is provided with the anti-slip seat is similar to the present invention, but it is a technology that stabilizes the child seat. This is a technique different from the present invention.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided a vehicle seat according to the first aspect, wherein the vehicle seat according to the first aspect is provided across a width direction at a portion of the upper surface of the seat cushion adjacent to the seat back, and the seat cushion. A second anti-slip surface is provided to increase the frictional resistance of the upper surface.

In the present invention according to claim 2 , since the second anti-slip surface is provided in the portion of the upper surface of the seat cushion close to the seat back, it is possible to prevent the load placed in the portion close to the seat back from moving forward. Can do.

Further, the vehicle seat of the present invention according to claim 3, the vehicular seat according to claim 2, provided on the upper surface of the seat cushion, and the slip surface and the second sliding stop surface, the width A third anti-slip surface connected near the center of the direction is provided.

According to the third aspect of the present invention, the forward slippage of the load can be prevented by the third anti-slip surface provided at a position avoiding the region where the pressure due to the seating is high.

The vehicle seat according to a fourth aspect of the present invention is the vehicle seat according to any one of the first to third aspects, wherein the anti-slip surface is formed when the occupant is seated. It is located between both thighs.

In the present invention according to claim 4 , since the anti-slip surface is provided in a region located between the thighs of the occupant, the anti-slip surface can be disposed in a region where the pressure due to the seating is low, A sense of incongruity when seated can be reliably suppressed.

  The vehicle seat according to the present invention can suppress the falling of the load placed on the upper surface of the seat cushion, and can also suppress the uncomfortable feeling when the occupant is seated.

1 is a schematic external view of a vehicle including a vehicle seat according to an embodiment of the present invention. It is an external view of a passenger seat. It is a top view of a seat cushion. It is explanatory drawing of an example of pressure distribution when a passenger | crew is seated. It is explanatory drawing of the movement condition of a load. It is explanatory drawing of a passenger | crew's movement condition. It is an external view of a rear seat.

  FIG. 1 shows a schematic appearance of a vehicle in which a vehicle seat according to an embodiment of the present invention is applied to a passenger seat, and FIG. 2 shows a perspective view showing the appearance of the passenger seat.

  As shown in the figure, the vehicle 1 is provided with a driver seat 2, a passenger seat 3 (vehicle seat), and a rear seat 4. The driver seat 2 and the passenger seat 3 are constituted by a seat cushion 7 and a seat back 8. An anti-slip surface is provided on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 of the passenger seat 3.

  The passenger seat 3 will be specifically described with reference to FIGS.

  FIG. 3 shows a plan view showing the upper surface of the seat cushion, and FIG. 4 shows an example of the distribution of pressure acting on the seat cushion when the occupant is seated.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, in the passenger seat 3 on the opposite side of the seat back 8, that is, on the front side of the seat cushion 7 (in the range of the front half), the central portion in the width direction of the upper surface of the seat cushion 7. Is provided with a non-slip surface 11. The non-slip surface 11 has a wide width at the front end portion of the seat cushion 7 and gradually narrows toward the seat back 8 (towards the rear).

  In other words, the width of the upper edge of the seat cushion 7 on the opposite side of the seat back 8 has a triangular shape with the width gradually reduced toward the seat back 8, and the occupant's both thighs when seated It is designed to be in between.

  Further, a second anti-slip surface 12 is provided across the width direction at a portion of the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 adjacent to the seat back 8. The second anti-slip surface 12 has a length in the front-rear direction that is gradually increased from the center toward the outside in the width direction.

  Further, on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7, a third slip connecting the rear end portion (a portion near the center in the width direction) of the anti-slip surface 11 and a portion near the center portion in the width direction of the second anti-slip surface 12. A stop surface 13 is provided. The third anti-slip surface 13 is positioned at the central portion of the occupant's buttocks when the occupant is seated.

  The anti-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13 are made of a material that increases the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion 7. For example, a sheet made of a vinyl chloride foam, a sheet made of a synthetic resin such as an ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer, or a sheet made of a synthetic rubber material is applied. And it can affix on the predetermined site | part of the upper surface of the seat cushion 7. FIG. Alternatively, the sheet material can be integrally formed as a part of the upper surface sheet of the seat cushion 7.

  As shown in FIG. 4, when the occupant is seated in the passenger seat, the pressure at the two parts A of the buttock is the highest, the pressure around the buttock closer to the front than the seat back 8, and the pressure at the part B of the thigh It is in a high state.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the anti-slip surface 11 is located between the thighs and is provided on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7, and the second anti-slip surface 12 is a seat cushion in a region close to the seat back 8. 7 is provided on the upper surface. The third anti-slip surface 13 is provided on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 where the center of the buttocks hits.

  For this reason, when the occupant sits on the passenger seat 3, avoiding a position where the pressure on the seat cushion 7 is high (in a region where the pressure is low), the anti-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13 Is provided. Therefore, when the occupant sits on the passenger seat 3, there is a low possibility that the non-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13 may cause an uncomfortable feeling.

  In addition, it is also possible to provide an anti-slip member in a region where no pressure is applied when an occupant is seated from the edge of the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 to the side region.

  The operation of the passenger seat 3 configured as described above will be described with reference to FIGS. 5 and 6 (refer to FIGS. 2 to 4 together).

  FIG. 5 shows a side view for explaining the behavior when a luggage is placed on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 of the passenger seat 3, and FIG. 6 shows a side view for explaining the behavior when an occupant sits on the passenger seat 3. It is.

  As shown in FIG. 5, when a load 15 is placed on a portion of the seat cushion 7 that is close to the seat back 8 and a force toward the front line is applied to the load 15 due to braking or the like, the second anti-slip surface 12 As indicated by the solid line in the figure, forward displacement can be prevented. When a large force in the forward direction acts on the load 15, the third anti-slip surface 13 and the anti-slip surface 11 restrict the movement even if the load 15 is displaced forward as indicated by the dotted line in the figure.

  For this reason, falling of the load 15 placed on the seat cushion 7 can be suppressed.

  Since the anti-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13 are provided avoiding a position where the pressure on the seat cushion 7 is high (in a low pressure region), as shown by a solid line in FIG. In addition, when the occupant 16 sits on the passenger seat 3, the occupant 16 does not have a sense of discomfort with the anti-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13.

  For this reason, it is possible to reliably suppress a sense of discomfort when the occupant 16 is seated.

  When the occupant 16 is seated on the passenger seat 3, even if the force that moves relatively forward acts and the collar portion 17 moves forward, the third anti-slip surface 13 and the anti-slip surface 11 As shown by a dotted line in FIG. 6, the movement of the flange portion 17 is suppressed within the range of the seat cushion 7, so that the occupant can be prevented from falling on the floor surface, and the restraining effect of the seat belt can be enhanced.

  In the passenger seat 3 described above, the anti-slip surface 11 that increases the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 is provided at the central portion in the width direction of the upper surface on the front side of the seat cushion 7. Even if the loaded luggage is displaced forward, the movement is restricted by the anti-slip surface 11, and the fall of the luggage can be suppressed.

  When the occupant is seated when the load is not placed, the areas of the anti-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13 are regions where the pressure caused by the occupant's seating is low. A sense of incongruity can be suppressed. Since the non-slip surface 11 is gradually narrowed toward the seat back 8, the anti-slip surface 11 can be provided at a position that avoids a region where the pressure increases due to the seating of the occupant.

  In addition, since the second anti-slip surface 12 is provided at a position near the seat back 8 on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7, the position close to the seat back 8, that is, the front of the luggage placed on the rear side of the seat cushion 7. It is possible to prevent the deviation. Further, the third anti-slip surface 13 provided at a position avoiding the region where the pressure due to the seating is high can prevent the load from being shifted forward.

  Therefore, according to the passenger seat 3 described above, it is possible to suppress the fall of the load placed on the upper surface of the seat cushion 7 and to suppress the uncomfortable feeling when the occupant is seated.

  Based on FIG. 7, another application example of the vehicle seat of the present invention will be described. FIG. 7 shows the appearance of the rear seat.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the seat cushion 22 (see FIGS. 2 and 3) of the passenger seat 3 (see FIGS. 2 and 3) is provided on the seat cushion 22 at the end of the rear seat 4 and the seat cushion 23 in the center. As with reference, an anti-slip surface 11, a second anti-slip surface 12, and a third anti-slip surface 13 are provided.

  For this reason, even when a load is placed on the upper surface of the seat cushion 22 (23) of the rear seat 4, it is possible to prevent the load from shifting forward and falling. When the occupant is seated when no load is loaded, the area of the anti-slip surface 11, the second anti-slip surface 12, and the third anti-slip surface 13 is a region where the pressure due to the occupant's seating is low, so the occupant is seated. A feeling of discomfort at the time can be suppressed.

  The present invention can be used in the industrial field of vehicle seats.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Vehicle 2 Driver's seat 3 Passenger seat 4 Rear seat 7, 22, 23 Seat cushion 8 Seat back 11 Non-slip surface 12 2nd anti-slip surface 13 3rd anti-slip surface 15 Luggage 16 Crew | occupant 17 Buttocks

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  1. Provided at the center portion in the width direction of the upper surface of the seat cushion on the opposite side of the seat back, comprising a non-slip surface that increases the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion ,
    The non-slip surface is
    The vehicular seat , wherein the width of the upper surface of the seat cushion is gradually narrowed toward the seat back with respect to the width of the opposite edge of the seat back .
  2. The vehicle seat according to claim 1 ,
    A vehicular seat comprising a second anti-slip surface provided across the width direction at a portion of the upper surface of the seat cushion adjacent to the seat back and increasing the frictional resistance of the upper surface of the seat cushion.
  3. The vehicle seat according to claim 2 ,
    A vehicle seat, comprising: a third anti-slip surface provided on an upper surface of the seat cushion and connecting the anti-slip surface and the second anti-slip surface closer to a center portion in a width direction.
  4. In the vehicle seat according to any one of claims 1 to 3 ,
    The non-slip surface is
    A vehicle seat, wherein the vehicle seat is located between the thighs of the occupant when the occupant is seated.
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