KR100579440B1 - Mold-Reinforcing Rod One Body Type Precast Concrete Pannel and Fabrication Structure of The Same - Google Patents

Mold-Reinforcing Rod One Body Type Precast Concrete Pannel and Fabrication Structure of The Same Download PDF

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KR100579440B1
KR100579440B1 KR1020030011905A KR20030011905A KR100579440B1 KR 100579440 B1 KR100579440 B1 KR 100579440B1 KR 1020030011905 A KR1020030011905 A KR 1020030011905A KR 20030011905 A KR20030011905 A KR 20030011905A KR 100579440 B1 KR100579440 B1 KR 100579440B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
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    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61MDEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY; DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY; DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR
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Abstract

It can be used as a building and civil engineering structure by improving the durability of the structure and greatly shortening the construction time, and it is easy to be precisely constructed and assembled by the assembly method, and it is possible to improve the constructability. To provide.
In other words, by simply assembling on site, formwork and reinforcement work can be completed at the same time, no waste is generated, construction time can be greatly reduced, and manpower can be saved. A reinforcement plate arranged and arranged in a predetermined pattern, a main body which surrounds the reinforcement plate as a whole, is formed in a predetermined thickness, formed into mortar, and has an outer surface plastered, and a plurality of horizontally and vertically arranged at predetermined intervals from the inner surface of the main body. Of reinforcing bars, a plurality of reinforcing members supporting one side of the reinforcing bar and the other end protruding to support the reinforcing bars, and one of the reinforcing bars reinforcing the other side together with the reinforcing bar supporting member Provided is a formwork-reinforced PC panel comprising a plurality of reinforcing bar fixing members for fixing a position.
Formwork, Rebar, Concrete, Integral, Mortar, Plasterer, Assembly, PC, Panel, Connection

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Form-Reinforcing Rod One Body Type Precast Concrete Pannel and Fabrication Structure of The Same}

1 is a perspective view showing an embodiment of a formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 2 is an enlarged partial cross-sectional perspective view showing a state of fixing the reinforcing bar in one embodiment of the formwork-integrated PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 3 is an enlarged partial cross-sectional perspective view showing a fixed state of the reinforcing plate and the reinforcing bar support member, the reinforcing bar fixed member in one embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 4 is a partially enlarged perspective view for schematically illustrating a process of manufacturing an embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 5 is a partially enlarged perspective view showing an embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 6 is a perspective view showing a state of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention as viewed from the outer wall panel side.

Figure 7 is a perspective view showing a state as viewed from the inner wall panel an embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 8 is a perspective view showing an outer wall panel in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 9 is a perspective view showing the inner wall panel in one embodiment of the assembly structure of formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 10 is a perspective view showing the surface of the inner wall panel in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 11 is a partially enlarged perspective view showing a state of fixing using a wedge pin in an embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

12 is a partially enlarged cross-sectional view showing a state in which a gap is maintained by using a fixing rod in an embodiment of an assembly structure of a formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention;

FIG. 13 is a partially enlarged cross-sectional view illustrating a state in which an interval is maintained by using a stator in an embodiment of an assembly structure of a formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention;

Figure 14 is a partially enlarged cross-sectional perspective view showing a state in which the spacing is maintained using a fixing rod in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

15 is a perspective view showing a door hole and a blocking plate in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 16 is a perspective view showing a floor panel in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 17 is a perspective view showing a floor panel for balconies or railings in one embodiment of the assembly structure of formwork-reinforced PC panels according to the present invention.

18 is a perspective view showing the assembly state of the staircase panel in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

19 is a perspective view showing a staircase panel in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

Figure 20 is a partially enlarged perspective view showing the assembly state of the top layer in one embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention.

The present invention relates to a formwork-reinforced PC panel and its assembly structure, and more specifically, the reinforcing bar is integrally reinforced on one side so that reinforcement work is not required separately and forms a wall and a column integrally with concrete to remove the formwork. The present invention relates to a formwork-reinforced PC panel and an assembly structure thereof, in which work is unnecessary and thus construction time can be greatly shortened, cost can be minimized, yield strength is increased, and durability is improved.

In general, buildings such as apartments, shopping malls, houses, and buildings are reinforced with reinforcing bars to form floors, walls, and columns on the upper floors, and then form formwork based on the reinforced bars using plywood or lumber. , Reinforce concrete concrete frame by pouring concrete inside the formwork, and frame construction on one floor by plastering the outer surface, repeating this to form a framework of several layers.

Frame construction of the building as described above is the reinforcement process to reinforce the reinforcement, the formwork to form the formwork, the concrete process to cast concrete, the curing process to cure concrete, the dismantling process to remove the formwork, the plastering process to plaster the exterior Frame construction of one floor is done.

In the process of forming and dismantling the formwork, a large number of formwork panels are damaged or broken, and many losses occur such as repair or disposal.

In addition, it takes a lot of seals, such as reinforcement process, formwork process, dismantling process, plastering process, and requires a number of skilled workers, such as carpenter, plasterer to install and dismantle the reinforcing bar, formwork.

Recently, the technology of forming formwork using synthetic resin panels instead of wood is widely used, but, like wood, there is a limit to repeated use due to damage or damage, and the construction period is similar to the time of using wood. do.

In the conventional construction method made as described above, the generation of waste due to the installation and dismantling of the formwork is large, and many skilled workers are required for the installation work and the dismantling work of the formwork.

Recently, due to the phenomenon of avoiding difficult and hard work, it is difficult to find workers at the construction site, and various measures for reducing manpower have been proposed due to the cost burden due to the increase of labor costs, but there is no fundamental alternative.

And reinforcement and reinforcement work is done at a high place is very dangerous, depending on the skill of the operator is very large dispersion of quality.

Furthermore, in the process of dismantling the formwork, there is a high risk of injuring the worker working below or the pedestrian passing by the falling objects.

An object of the present invention is to solve the above problems, the reinforcement is reinforced and the outer surface is plastered in the field by assembling the formwork and reinforcement work PC at the same time to complete the formwork and reinforcement work PC (PC; precast To provide a concrete panel.

Another object of the present invention is to perform the reinforcement process, formwork process, dismantling process, plastering process in one assembly process, no waste is generated, it is possible to greatly shorten the construction period and to reduce the workforce- It is to provide an assembly structure of the reinforcing bar integral PC panel.

Another object of the present invention, in the construction and construction of civil engineering ramen structure or steel structure structure, there is no need to dismantle the formwork after the concrete is laid by integrally installing the formwork, it is possible to be precisely constructed according to the designed drawings and sufficient strength It is to provide an assembly structure of formwork-reinforced PC panels that can ensure the quality.

The formwork-reinforced PC panel proposed by the present invention includes a reinforcement plate formed of a predetermined area and formed with a plurality of holes arranged in a predetermined pattern, and the entire reinforcement plate is formed to have a predetermined thickness and formed by mortar. And the outer surface is a body to be plastered, a plurality of rebars that are horizontally and vertically arranged at predetermined intervals from the inner surface of the main body, and one side is embedded and supported by the main body and the other end protrudes to the above-mentioned reinforcing bar. It comprises a plurality of reinforcing bar support member for supporting.

The reinforcing plate is made using a flat lath or the like.

The mortar is made of a high strength mortar, it is also possible to be made of a high strength waterproof mortar with a waterproof function.

And the formwork-reinforced PC panel of the present invention is formed by supporting the one side is embedded in the main body and the other further includes a plurality of reinforcing bar fixing member for fixing the position of the reinforcing bar with the reinforcing bar support member .

The reinforcement plate and the main body can form the overall cross-sectional shape cut in the thickness direction into various shapes such as "-" shape, "a" shape, "c" shape and circular shape.

It is also possible to attach marbles or tiles having various shapes or patterns to the outer surface of the main body.

And the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel proposed by the present invention is made of a predetermined area and a reinforcement plate is formed in which a plurality of holes are arranged in a predetermined pattern is embedded and formed by mortar with a predetermined thickness The outer surface is plastered and a plurality of one or more outer wall panels having a plurality of reinforcement horizontally and vertically on the inner side are fixed and supported by the reinforcing support member and the reinforcing steel fixing member, and the connecting portion is formed on the rim to connect with each other. Reinforcement plate is made of the area and is formed inside the reinforcement plate formed by arranging a plurality of holes in a predetermined pattern and formed by mortar with a predetermined thickness. The outer surface is plastered and the inner and outer sides are reinforced with a plurality of rebars horizontally and vertically. It is fixedly supported by the supporting member and the rebar fixing member, and connected to each other at the edge. Connection parts are formed and a plurality of inner wall panels provided with the outer wall panel or a pair to maintain a predetermined distance therebetween, and a reinforcement plate made of a predetermined area and formed with a plurality of holes arranged in a predetermined pattern therein. It is made by molding with mortar to a predetermined thickness. The bottom is plastered, and the upper and lower sides are reinforced by a plurality of rebars horizontally and vertically and fixedly supported by the rebar supporting member and the rebar fixing member. It comprises at least one bottom panel is supported by the edge portion over the upper portion of the inner wall panel.

Next, a preferred embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel and its assembly structure according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

First, as shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, an embodiment of a formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention includes a reinforcement plate formed of a predetermined area and having a plurality of holes 3 arranged in a predetermined pattern ( 2) and the main body 4 which covers the reinforcing plate 2 as a whole and is formed to a predetermined thickness, molded with mortar, and the outer surface is plastered, and horizontally at a predetermined distance from the inner surface of the main body 4. A plurality of reinforcing bars 8 which are vertically reinforcement, and a plurality of reinforcing bar supporting members 5 supporting one of the reinforcing bars 8 while one end is embedded and supported by the main body 4 and the other end protrudes. It is made to include.

The reinforcement plate 2 is made of flat lath, metal lath, or the like.

Since the mortar forming the main body 4 is filled with the hole 3 formed in the reinforcing plate 2, the reinforcing plate 2 is fixed to the main body 4 integrally.

Mortar forming the body 4 is preferably used a high strength mortar to withstand the pressure of the concrete to be poured when used as formwork.

In addition, when the main body 4 is used for an outer wall, a roof, a ceiling, or the like, it may be made of a high strength waterproof mortar having a waterproof function.

The main body 4 is to prepare a box-shaped mold (10) formed in a set area, to apply a release agent to the inner surface of the mold for easy separation, and then to the reinforcement plate (2) consisting of a flat lath Is formed at predetermined intervals from the mold inner surface, and the high strength mortar is injected into the mold 10 and cured (see FIG. 4).

When the inner surface of the mold 10 is smoothly formed in the above, in the case of curing and then separating from the mold 10, the surface contacted with the mold 10 is formed as a smooth surface, the plastering work on the outer surface of the main body (2) There is no need to do this separately.

In addition, as shown in Figure 4, on the bottom surface of the mold 10, marble, artificial stone, tiles 12, etc. are arranged in a predetermined pattern and pattern, and then a reinforcement plate 2 is installed and high strength mortar is injected. When curing, as shown in Fig. 5, the main body 2 is formed in a state in which marbles, tiles 12, and the like are attached to the outer surface, so that there is no need to perform marble construction or tile construction separately.

In addition, various patterns may be inscribed on the outer surface of the main body 2 by forming patterns of flowers, trees, symbols, various patterns, and the like on the bottom surface of the mold 10.

Furthermore, it is also possible to apply a primary paint to the outer surface of the said main body 2 as needed.

The reinforcing plate 2 and the main body 4 are formed in various shapes such as "-" shape, "a" shape, "c" shape, circular shape, elliptical shape, arc shape, etc., cut in the thickness direction. It is possible to do For example, in the case of forming a corner portion of a building, the reinforcement plate 2 and the main body 4 are formed in a "b" shape, and both corner portions and one wall surface are simultaneously formed or a square pillar is to be formed. If it is to be formed in a "c" shape, and to form a circular column or bridge pier, etc., it is formed in a circular shape.

The reinforcing member 5 is made of L-shaped steel and the like, the horizontal portion of the L-shaped steel is embedded in the main body 4 and the vertical portion is a predetermined height (the interval between the inner surface of the body 4 and the reinforcing bar 8). It is installed to protrude.

For example, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the reinforcement plate 2 is installed using a flat lath, and the reinforcement support member 5 made of L-shaped steel is described in the reinforcement plate 2. The reinforcing bar supporting member 5 is provided by forming the main body 4 by pouring high-strength mortar in a state in which the reinforcing plate 2 is arranged in the transverse or longitudinal direction and fixed by welding or the like.

The reinforcing bar support member 5 is made of L-shaped steel having a length corresponding to the transverse length or the longitudinal length of the reinforcement plate 2, and is installed in parallel with the reinforcement plate 2 at regular intervals. .

And one embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention, as shown in Figures 1 to 3, one side is embedded in the main body (2) is supported and the other is the reinforcing bar supporting member (5) It further comprises a reinforcing bar fixing member (6) for fixing the position of the reinforcing bar (8).

The reinforcing bar fixing member 6 is formed in a substantially "A" shape, and the vertical part is fixed to the horizontal part of the reinforcing bar supporting member 5 made of L-shaped steel by welding or the like, and the protrusion height of the vertical part is horizontally. Set to protrude from the vertical part of the reinforcing bar support member 5 as the height of the sum of the diameter of the reinforcing bar (8) and the length of the reinforcing bar (8) arranged vertically, the bottom of the horizontal portion of the reinforcing bar ( Install to keep in close contact with 8).

The reinforcing bar fixing member 6 is embedded and fixed in the main body 4 when forming the main body 4 with high strength mortar together with the reinforcing bar supporting member 5.

The reinforcing bar fixing member 6 can also be formed by cutting the L-shaped steel to an appropriate length, and the horizontal portion can be formed by cutting one corner of the L-shaped steel and bending it vertically.

In the case where the reinforcing support member 5 and the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 are installed as described above, the reinforcement of the reinforcing bar 8 is primarily a plurality of reinforcing bars in a direction perpendicular to the reinforcing bar supporting member 5. (8) are arranged at a predetermined interval and reinforcement, and the plurality of reinforcement (8) is arranged at a predetermined interval orthogonal to the rebar (8) in a direction parallel to the reinforcing bar support member (5) again It is done by The reinforcing bars 8 arranged to be orthogonal to the reinforcing bars 8 are fixed by inserting an intermediate middle into a space between the horizontal part of the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 and the lower bar 8.

The reinforcing bar fixing member 6 is preferably arranged to be arranged at intervals corresponding to the interval of the reinforcing bar 8 is arranged on the upper side so as to be able to fix the reinforcing bar (8) is arranged on the upper side. In addition, the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 can be arranged in a zigzag form adjacent to each other.

In addition, the horizontal end portion of the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 may be configured to wrap and fix a part of the reinforcing bar 8 which is bent by bending back toward the main body 4. In this case, the end of the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 is formed in a shape similar to the hook shape.

As described above, when the horizontal end portion of the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 is bent in the shape of a hook, the position of the reinforcing bar 8 to be reinforced can be securely fixed, and the reinforcing bar 8 is not easily detached.

And a binding hole for penetrating a binding line (not shown) such as a wire for fixing the position of the reinforcing bars 8 to be exposed to the exposed portions of the reinforcing member 5 and the reinforcing bar fixing member 6. It is also possible to form (7) (see FIG. 3).

Next, the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention for forming the formwork of a building using the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention configured as described above will be described.

First, an embodiment of the assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention is made of a predetermined area, as shown in Figures 6 and 7 and a plurality of holes (3) are arranged in a predetermined pattern therein The reinforcing plate (2) to be formed is embedded and molded into a mortar with a predetermined thickness, the outer surface is plastered and a plurality of reinforcing bars (8) horizontally and vertically on the inner surface is reinforced and the reinforcing support member (5) and the reinforcing bar fixing member (6) is fixed and supported by a plurality of outer wall panel 20 is formed in a predetermined area and the connection portion for connecting to each other on the edge, and a plurality of holes (3) are formed in a predetermined pattern arranged inside The reinforcing plate 2 is embedded and molded into a mortar with a predetermined thickness, and the outer surface is plastered, and a plurality of reinforcing bars 8 are arranged horizontally and vertically on the inner surface thereof so that the reinforcing member 5 and the reinforcing member 6 are reinforced. ) And a plurality of inner wall panels 30 are formed to have a predetermined area, and are fixedly supported and connected to each other at an edge thereof, and the outer wall panels 20 or a pair are installed to maintain a predetermined distance therebetween. There is a reinforcement plate (2) formed of a plurality of holes (3) arranged in a predetermined pattern is embedded and formed by molding with a mortar with a predetermined thickness, the bottom is plastered and the plurality of rebars (8) ) Is reinforced and supported by the reinforcing bar support member 5 and the reinforcing bar fixing member 6, and a connection part is formed at the edge to connect with each other, and the bottom panel is supported by the edge portion over the inner wall panel 30. 40 is made.

The outer wall panel 20, the inner wall panel 30, the bottom panel 40 is made by using the formwork-reinforced PC panel according to the present invention, respectively, formwork-reinforced PC according to the present invention described above Detailed description of the same configuration as the embodiment of the panel will be omitted.

The reinforcing bars 8 arranged in the outer wall panel 20, the inner wall panel 30, and the bottom panel 40 are installed so as to protrude to a predetermined length from one edge or two or more corners, respectively. This is to connect the ends of the reinforcing bars 8 of the neighboring outer wall panel 20, the inner wall panel 30, the bottom panel 40 in an overlapping state to reinforce the binding force, and to reinforce the strength of the joint portion.

For example, in the case of the outer wall panel 20 and / or the inner wall panel 30, one or both ends of the reinforcing bars 8 arranged to the left and right are protruded, respectively, and in the case of the bottom panel 40, four directions. Install so that the ends of the reinforcing bars (8) all protrude from the edge of the.

And in the case of the outer wall panel 20 and / or the inner wall panel 30 and the outer end of the outer wall panel 20 and / or inner wall panel 30 which is installed on the upper end of the upper reinforcement (8) to the upper and lower It is also possible to install so as to protrude to a predetermined length to be connected.

As shown in FIG. 8, a lower portion of the outer wall panel 20 has a horizontal portion protruding toward the reinforcement bar, and a plurality of connection holes 23 are formed in the protruding horizontal portion. The first border member 22 is installed.

In addition, the upper edge of the outer wall panel 20 protrudes toward the side where the reinforcing bars 8 are disposed, and the protruding horizontal portion protrudes from the first edge member 22 of the outer wall panel 20 located above. A second border member 24 having an “L” shape is provided, in which a plurality of connecting bolts 25 inserted into the formed connecting holes 23 are installed.

At the left and right edges of the outer wall panel 20, third border members 26 are formed, in which connection holes 27 are formed to connect adjacent outer wall panels 20 to each other integrally.

A fastening member 28 such as a bolt or wedge pin is inserted into the connection hole 27 of the third edge member 26 (see FIG. 11).

The first rim member 22, the second rim member 24, and the third rim member 26 are partially integrated in the main body 4 in the process of forming the outer wall panel 20.

An adhesive tape 104 is installed on the third edge member 26 installed at the left and right corners of the outer wall panel 20 to increase the adhesive force with the neighboring outer wall panel 20 to prevent the outflow of concrete mortar that is poured. Install it (see Figure 8).

The adhesive tape 104 may be provided only on one third edge member 26, or may be provided on both third edge members 26.

As the adhesive tape 104, it is preferable to use a double-sided adhesive tape or the like so that the protective paper can be detached and bonded as necessary at the construction site.

In addition to the adhesive tape 104 described above, a packing member such as rubber or silicone may be used to improve the airtightness of the joint.

The outer surface of the outer wall panel 20 can be plastered, as well as attaching finishing materials such as marble, artificial stone, tiles, etc. depending on the intended use. Moreover, it is also possible to apply primary paint on the outer surface of the said outer wall panel 20 as needed.

On the outer surface of the outer wall panel 20, various patterns such as flowers, trees, symbols, patterns, etc. can be engraved as necessary.

The outer wall panel 20 may be formed in various shapes such as a "-" shape, a "b" shape, a "c" shape, a circular shape, an arc shape, an elliptical shape, and the like as viewed from the plane on which it is installed. For example, in the case of forming a general exterior wall surface of a building, it is formed in a "-" shape, and in the case of forming a corner part of a building, it is formed in a "A" shape, and both corner portions and one wall surface are simultaneously formed or a square pillar is formed. If it is to be formed to form a "c" shape, and if you want to form a circular column or bridge pier, etc. to form a circular shape.

As shown in FIG. 9, the lower portion of the inner wall panel 30 has a “L” shape in which a horizontal portion protrudes toward the reinforcement, and a plurality of connection holes 33 are formed in the protruding horizontal portion. Install the first border member 32 of the.

In addition, the upper edge of the inner wall panel 30 has a horizontal portion protruding toward the reinforcing bar 8, and the protruding horizontal portion has a first edge member 32 of the inner wall panel 30 located above. A second border member 34 having an “L” shape is installed, in which a plurality of connecting bolts 35 inserted into the formed connecting holes 33 are installed.

At the left and right edges of the inner wall panel 30, a third border member 36 having a connection hole 37 for connecting adjacent inner wall panels 30 to each other is provided.

A fastening member 28 such as a bolt or wedge pin is inserted into the connection hole 37 of the third edge member 36 (see FIG. 11).

The first rim member 32, the second rim member 34, and the third rim member 36 are partially embedded in the body 4 in the process of forming the inner wall panel 30, and are integrally installed.

Adhesive tape 104 for preventing the outflow of concrete mortar which is poured by increasing the adhesive force with the neighboring inner wall panel 30 in the third edge member 36 installed at the left and right edges of the inner wall panel 30. Install).

The adhesive tape 104 may be provided only on one third edge member 36, or may be provided on both third edge members 36.

A plurality of connection bolts 35 are inserted into the inner wall panel 30 at predetermined intervals at which a part of the corner of the bottom panel 30 is inserted from the second edge member 34 installed at the upper corner. The bottom fixing member 38 having an "L" shape in which the connection hole 39 is formed is provided with a length corresponding to the left and right lengths of the inner wall panel 30.

The vertical surface of the bottom fixing member 38 is installed on the same surface as the outer surface of the inner wall panel 30, and the connection hole 39 is formed in the horizontal portion of the bottom fixing member 38. Is formed.

The inner wall panel 30 may be formed in various shapes such as a cross-sectional view viewed from a plane to be installed, such as a "-" shape, a "b" shape, a "c" shape, a circular shape, an arc shape, and an oval shape. For example, in the case of forming a general inner wall surface of a building, it is formed in a "-" shape, in the case of forming a corner part of a building, it is formed in a "a" shape, and both corner portions and one wall surface are simultaneously formed or a square pillar is formed. If it is to be formed to form a "c" shape, and if you want to form a hollow cylinder or bridge pier, etc. to form a circular shape.

As shown in FIG. 10, the inner wall panel 30 is partially cut into a predetermined shape as necessary to form a device hole 90 for installing a distribution plate, a distribution box, a switch, an outlet, and the like.

When the position of the distribution board, distribution box, terminal box, switch, outlet, light fixture, etc. can be accurately known by the above design, the distribution panel, distribution box, terminal box, concrete box in the process of forming the inner wall panel 30 above. It is also possible to embed 108 and the like in the body 4 and integrally install it. In this case, the pipes connected to the distribution plate, the distribution box, the terminal box, the concrete box 108, and the like may be simultaneously performed in the process of forming the inner wall panel 30.

As described above, when the inner wall panel 30 is integrally formed with a distribution plate, a distribution box, a terminal box, a concrete box, and the like, the piping is very convenient since it is not necessary to perform electrical plumbing separately at the construction site.

In the above, the inner wall panel 30 has been described as integrally forming a power distribution plate, a distribution box, a terminal box, a concrete box, a pipe, and the like, but it is also possible to construct them according to the design drawing by using a cutting machine or the like in the field without forming them integrally. Do.

12 to 14, the outer wall panel 20 and / or the other inner wall are formed in the state facing each other at predetermined intervals to form a space for placing concrete, as shown in Figs. The interval fixing member 80 is installed to maintain a constant distance from the panel 30 and prevent it from being pushed or shaken during concrete pouring.

As shown in FIG. 12, the gap fixing member 80 is installed with one end embedded in the main body 4 of the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30, with the other end facing each other. A fixing rod 82 protruding to a length penetrating another inner wall panel 30 positioned and a screw formed at an end of the fixing rod 82 protruding through another inner wall panel 30. And a nut 84 which is fastened and fixed.

In addition, the gap fixing member 80 may further include a washer 85 fitted between the nut 84 and the inner wall panel 30.

In addition, the inner wall panel 30 is provided with a fixing hole 81 through which the fixing rod 82 passes.

The gap fixing member 80 is inserted between the washer 85 and the inner wall panel 30, and further includes a blocking plate 86 for closing the opening of the fixing hole so that mortar does not leak during concrete pouring. Include.

In the outer wall panel 20, the fixing rods 82 are arranged in a predetermined pattern to be integrally installed. In the case of the inner wall panel 30, the fixing bars 82 are disposed on the inner wall panels 30 facing each other. 82 is arranged in a predetermined pattern and integrally installed, and fixing rods 81 are provided in the other inner wall panel 30 in the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 of the fixing wall 81. It is arranged in a pattern corresponding to the formed.

At one end of the fixing rod 82, one or more substantially triangular scratches 83 at predetermined intervals, as shown in FIG. 12, so as to easily cut and remove a portion protruding from the surface of the inner wall panel 30. Is preferably formed. When the scratches 83 are formed as described above, after the concrete pouring is completed and the curing period has passed, the nut 84 is removed, and the inner wall is removed with the washer 85 and the blocking plate 86 removed from the fixing rod 82. Since the part protruding from the surface of the panel 30 is cut by bending while repeatedly swinging laterally, the exposed end of the fixing rod 82 can be easily removed.

As shown in FIGS. 13 and 14, the gap fixing member 80 includes a fixing groove 88 so that the reinforcing bars 8 arranged in the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 are inserted at both ends. It is also possible to consist of the fixing stand 87 formed.

When the reinforcing bars 88 of the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 and the pair of inner wall panel 30 which are installed to face each other using the fixing stand 87 made as described above are inserted into the fixing groove 88. Since the position of the reinforcing bar 8 is firmly fixed by the reinforcing bar fixing member 6, the distance between the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 and the pair of inner wall panels 30 is constant. It is possible to maintain a stable state even when pouring concrete.

As shown in FIG. 15, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 may be provided with a door hole 92 having a portion cut out so that an opening for installing a window, a door, or the like is formed.

In the case where the door holes 92 are formed as described above, the openings formed between the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 and between the inner wall panels 30 are supported by the blocking plate 94. It is preferable to prevent the concrete to be poured by closing it to the outside. In this case, the lower blocking plate 94 may be closed later or during the concrete pouring so as to confirm that the concrete to be poured is evenly introduced.

In the case of forming the door holes 92 as described above, a plurality of foundation bolts are protruded at predetermined corners at corners at which the door holes 92 of the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 are formed. In order to prevent the concrete from being poured into the outside, the blocking plate 94 for closing the opening formed between the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 and between the inner wall panels 30 is the base bolt. It can also be fixed tightly.

As shown in FIG. 10, a plurality of working holes 96 are formed in the inner wall panel 30 at predetermined intervals along lower and left and right sides thereof.

The work hole 96 at the bottom is for connection fixing work between the inner wall panels 30 positioned up and down, and the work holes 96 at both the right and left sides are located between the inner wall panels 30 adjacent to the side. This is for fixing the connection of the.

The working hole 96 is closed by using a separate blocking plate 97 after completing the operation of connecting the adjacent inner wall panel 30 and the outer wall panel 20 to each other.

It is also possible to configure the working hole 96 to serve as the fixing hole 81 through which the fixing rod 82 of the above-mentioned interval fixing member 80 passes. In this case, the working hole 96 can be closed by inserting the blocking plate 97 into the fixing rod 82 and fastening the washer 85 and the nut 84.

In the case of using the fixing member 87 having the fixing groove 88 as the gap fixing member 80, the outer wall panel 20 is formed in the fixing groove 88 of the fixing member 87 through the working hole 96. ) And the reinforcing bar 8 arranged in the inner wall panel 30 can be performed. In this case, the blocking plate 97 is formed in the fixing stand 87 such that the fixing part 89 protruding outside the inner wall panel 30 through the working hole 96 is formed. ) Is preferable because it is possible to fix using the nut 84 (see Fig. 10).

In the case where the fixing portion 89 is formed in the fixing stand 87, the substantially triangular scratches 83 can be easily removed from the inner wall panel 30 similarly to the fixing rod 82. It is preferable to form

Since the connection fixing work between the outer wall panels 20 can be performed in a state in which the inner wall panel 30 is not installed, the outer wall panel 20 does not need to provide a separate working hole 96. Therefore, in the case of the outer wall panel 20 it is possible to maintain the finished state without damaging for work such as fixing or connection.

As shown in FIG. 16, the left and right edges or one edge of the bottom panel 40 have an “L” shape in which connection holes 47 are formed to connect neighboring bottom panels 40 integrally with each other. Install the edge member 46.

A fastening member 28, such as a bolt or wedge pin, is inserted into the connection hole 47 of the edge member 46 (see FIG. 11).

The edge member 46 is integrally installed and partially embedded in the body 4 in the process of forming the bottom panel 40.

An adhesive tape 104 is installed on the edge member 46 installed at the left and right edges of the bottom panel 40 to increase the adhesive force with the neighboring bottom panel 40 to prevent the outflow of concrete mortar that is poured. do.

The adhesive tape 104 may be provided only on one edge member 46, or may be provided on both edge members 46.

When the floor panel 40 is used as a balcony or a railing, the railing jaw 42 is formed at a predetermined height along a protruding edge. The handrail jaw 42 is formed with a plurality of holes 43 for installing the handrail handle.

And the bottom panel 40 used for a balcony, a railing, etc., the piping hole 49 for installing the sewage pipe which discharges rainwater etc. is formed.

In addition, the water blocking groove 44 is formed on the bottom surface of the floor panel 40 used as the balcony or the handrail so that rainwater does not flow inward along the edge.

In the bottom panel 40, even when not used as a balcony or handrail, a handrail jaw 42 is formed when the edge of the bottom panel 40 protrudes outward of the outer wall panel 20.

When the position of the outlet, the lighting fixture, etc. can be accurately known by the above design, it is also possible to embed concrete boxes and the like in the body 4 and integrally install them in the process of forming the floor panel 40. . In this case, the pipes connected to the concrete box or the like may be simultaneously performed in the process of forming the bottom panel 40. As such, if the bottom panel 40 is integrally formed with a concrete box or the like, it is very convenient because there is no need to perform electrical plumbing separately at the construction site.

In the above description, the distribution panel, the distribution box, the terminal box, the concrete box, the piping, etc. are integrally formed on the bottom panel 40. However, the construction may be performed in accordance with the design drawing by using a cutting machine or the like in the field without forming them integrally. Do.
And when the floor surface (ceiling) of the building is designed with a beam structure, the above "pan" in the end surface of the floor panel 40 is located between the floor panels 40 are connected to each other and the edge of the floor surface. The outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30 having a shape is installed with the opened side facing upwards and the reinforcing bar 8 of the bottom panel 40 and the reinforcing bar 8 of the outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30. ) Can be arranged by arranging beams horizontally and / or vertically at predetermined intervals. At this time, the outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30 is provided with the bottom fixing member 38, and both ends of the outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30 in the longitudinal direction are pillars. It is supported by being mounted on the upper end of the outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30 that is installed to be built up to form. In this way, the structure of constituting the beam by installing the outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30 of the "c" shape so that the open side faces upward is applicable to the case of constructing the upper plate of the bridge.

One embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel assembly structure according to the present invention is a pair of planar portion 53 and the planar portion 53 formed in parallel with a predetermined height difference, as shown in FIG. Consisting of an inclined surface portion 54 connecting each other at a predetermined inclination angle, and a reinforcing plate 2 formed with a plurality of holes 3 arranged in a predetermined pattern is embedded therein and molded into mortar with a predetermined thickness. The bottom surface is plastered and a plurality of reinforcing bars 8 are vertically arranged on the upper side and are fixed by the reinforcing member 5 and the reinforcing bar fixing member 6, and the edges of the inner wall panel 30 are formed. It is also possible to further include a step panel 50 is inserted and supported.

The staircase panel 50 is supported by one corner portion inserted into the stair connecting hole 58 formed in a step shape in the inner wall panel 30 forming the wall surface of the staircase.

In the corner portion inserted into the stair connecting hole 58 of the inner wall panel 30 of the staircase panel 50, an “L” shaped border member 60 having a connecting hole 61 is provided, In the step connection hole 58 of the inner wall panel 30, a connection bolt 64 inserted into the connection hole 61 is installed.

The connection bolt 64 inserted into the connection hole 61 is fastened with a nut 65 or the like to connect and connect the staircase panel 50 to the inner wall panel 20.

The frame member 60 is partially embedded in the body 4 in the process of forming the staircase panel 50 is integrally installed.

In the above description, the frame member 60 is installed on the staircase panel 50 and the connection bolt 64 is installed on the inner wall panel 30. However, the step without installing the frame member 60 and the connecting bolt 64 is described. It is also possible to fix the staircase panel 50 to the inner wall panel 30 only by binding the protruding reinforcement 8 of the panel 50 to the reinforcing bar 8 of the inner wall panel 30 using a binding line.

The staircase panel 50 is provided with a side plate 55 and a plurality of diaphragm members 56 for forming a step on the inclined surface portion 54.

One end of the diaphragm member 56 is fixed to the side plate 55, the other end is installed in close contact with the inner wall panel 50. The bottom surface of the diaphragm member 56 is provided at predetermined intervals from the surface of the inclined surface portion 54 to form a space for the concrete to be poured down the stairs.

It is also possible to install a non-slip plate 57 for finishing the edge of the step edge on the upper surface of the barrier member 56.

The side plate 55 is formed in a stepped shape when viewed from the side, and extends to the flat portion 53. The height of the side plate 55 is formed to a height corresponding to the height of the concrete to be poured on the stairs.

The staircase panel 50 has an upper planar portion 53 of the staircase panel 50 installed below and a lower planar portion 53 of the staircase panel 50 installed above so that the staircase panel 50 is installed in a spiral direction toward the other side. Connect and install.

In the above-described staircase panel 50, as shown in FIG. 19, the flat portion 53 may be formed only on one side or may be formed of only the inclined surface portion 54 without the flat portion 53. As such, when the flat portion 53 is formed only on one side, or when the flat portion 53 includes only the inclined surface portion 54 without the flat portion 53, the inclined surface portions 54 extend to the flat portion 53 of the staircase panel 50 that follows. Secure the connection. At this time, one or both ends of the inclined surface portion 54 is provided with a latch member 59 made of L-shaped steel or the like so as to span the flat portion 53.

In the case where the staircase panel 50 is formed of only the inclined surface portion 54, the flat portion 53 may be formed using the bottom panel 40. That is, the flat panel 53 is formed by using the floor panel 40 used for handrails or balconies, and the staircase panel 50 composed of only inclined surface sections 54 is formed on both flat sections 53 formed of the floor panel 40. It can also be configured to span both ends.

As described above, when the staircase panel 50 is formed by dividing the inclined surface portion 54 and the flat portion 53 and assembled in the field, transportation and movement are very convenient.

Next, the process of building a building using an embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel assembly structure according to the present invention configured as described above will be described.

First, the foundation concrete construction for the floor, and in this process, the connecting hole 23 formed in the first edge member 22 of the outer wall panel 20 and the first edge member 32 of the inner wall panel 30 A plurality of foundation bolts are inserted into the connection holes 33 formed in the c) and arranged in a predetermined pattern to fix and support the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 in a predetermined pattern.

When the foundation concrete construction is completed as described above, the foundation bolt is passed through the connecting hole 23 formed in the first edge member 22 of the outer wall panel 20, and the outer wall panel by fastening a nut or the like. Assemble (20) upright in a fixed position. At this time, since the movement and vertical construction of the outer wall panel 20 are performed using heavy equipment such as a tower crane or a large crane, it is possible to reduce the manpower and to install the outer wall panel 20 with only a few manpower. Can be. And workers do not necessarily need highly skilled technicians.

Next, one inner wall panel 30 is passed through the inner wall panel 30 at a predetermined distance from the outer wall panel 20 so that the foundation bolt at the position set as the connection hole 33 of the first edge member 32 passes through the nut. Assemble vertically by tightening.

In the above, the nut is fastened through the working hole 96. After the nut is fastened, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 are connected to the holder 87 through the working hole 96. In between the reinforcing grooves 88 of the fixing stand 87 is inserted into the reinforcement (8) reinforcement to the outer wall panel 20 and the reinforcement (8) reinforcement to the inner wall panel 30 are respectively fixed. Subsequently, the blocking plate 97 is inserted into the fixing portion 89 of the fixing stand 87, and the nut 84 is tightened to close the working hole 96 to prevent mortar from leaking through the working hole during concrete pouring. do. At this time, the surface of the work hole 96 closed by the blocking plate 97 is also formed in the same state as the surface of the inner wall panel 30.

And in the case where the working hole 96 is not formed in the inner wall panel 30 and the fixing hole 81 is formed, the holding part 89 is held and the fixing stand 87 is inserted through the fixing hole 81. Reinforcing bars 8 arranged on the outer wall panel 20 and reinforcing bars 8 arranged on the inner wall panel 30 are inserted into the fixing grooves 88, respectively, and fixed. The blocking plate is fixed to the fixing unit 89. (86) is inserted and the fixing hole 81 is closed using the washer 85 and the nut 84.

When the fixing stand 87 is installed through the working hole 96 and the fixing hole 81 as described above, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 maintain the space between the spaces where concrete is to be poured. It is firmly fixed in position so that it can withstand the pressure when concrete is poured and forms a wall suitable for the designed state without deformation.

The movement of the inner wall panel 30 and the upright operation of the inner wall panel 30 are performed using heavy equipment such as a tower crane or a large crane like the outer wall panel 20.

Subsequently, the other side wall panel 20 is vertically erected vertically by passing the foundation bolt through the connection hole 23 and tightening the nut in the state of being in close contact with the one outer wall panel 20 installed vertically. Assemble it upright. At this time, when the adhesive tape 104 is attached to the edges of the two outer wall panels 20 adjacent to each other, the airtightness is improved, and leakage of mortar may be prevented during concrete pouring.

In addition, the coupling unit 28 is integrally connected by inserting a fastening member 28, such as a wedge pin, through the connection hole 27 formed in the third edge member 26 of the outer wall panel 20 adjacent to each other.

Next, assembling the other inner wall panel 30 through the connection hole 33 through the foundation bolt in the state of being in close contact with the one inner wall panel 30 as described above and fastening the nut vertically assembled do. At this time, when the adhesive tape 104 is attached to the corners of the two inner wall panels 30 adjacent to each other, the airtightness is improved, and leakage of mortar may be prevented during concrete pouring.

Then, the connecting wall 37 is integrally connected by inserting a fastening member 28, such as a wedge pin, through the connection hole 37 formed in the third edge member 36 of the inner wall panel 30 adjacent to the neighboring surface. At this time, the fastening member 28 is inserted and fixed through the connecting hole 37 through the working holes 96 on the left and right sides of the inner wall panel 30, and the fixing table 87 is operated as in the above. Installation through 96 is performed to maintain the gap between the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30.

As described above, the outer wall panel 20 is erected and the inner wall panel 30 is erected repeatedly to form the outer wall surface of the entire building, and at the corners of the outer wall surface, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel (a) are formed. 30) is very convenient to use. In addition, in the case of forming a pillar or a protruding elevator outer wall, it is convenient to use an outer wall panel 20 and an inner wall panel 30 having a "c" shape.

In the case of forming a wall partitioning the interior of the building, one inner wall panel 30 is first installed in a manner in which the outer wall panel 30 is installed, and then at a position facing the concrete pouring space therebetween. The other inner wall panel 30 is installed according to the method of installing the inner wall panel 30. In the above-described inner wall panel 30, the fixing hole 81 and the working hole 96 do not have to be formed like the outer wall panel 20.

In the above description, as described above, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 are alternately erected sequentially from one wall surface, but the outer wall panel 20 may be assembled as a whole, and then the inner wall panel 30 may be assembled. Do. However, in the method of assembling the outer wall panel 20 as a whole first and then assembling the inner wall panel 30, the inner wall panel 30 may be damaged by colliding with the outer wall panel 20 in the process of moving the inner wall panel 30 to a heavy equipment such as a crane. There is a problem that the moving operation becomes cumbersome.

Where the door or window is installed, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 having the door holes 92 are assembled and installed, and the openings are blocked by the blocking plate 94 while supporting with the support 93 to pour concrete. Prevents mortar from leaking out

Where the window is installed in the above corners of the outer corner panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 or the four corners of the opening formed between the inner wall panel 30 between the bottom edge of the concrete without closing the blocking plate 94 It is also possible to utilize the mortar flow evenly to deeply inward when pouring.

In addition, a distribution box, a distribution box, a terminal box, a switch, an outlet, a light fixture, and the like where the corresponding distribution box, a distribution box, a terminal box, a concrete box, etc. are integrally installed and installed with the inner wall panel 30 installed.

That is, by assembling and installing the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30, which are manufactured differently according to the corresponding position according to the design of the building, it is possible to simply and surely form the formwork of the outer wall and the inner wall. It is possible to provide building structures with improved precision and quality.

By installing the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 through the same process as described above to form the outer wall and the inner wall of the building, the inner wall panel with one floor panel 40 installed at each corner end of each corner ( 30 is assembled so as to be inserted between the second edge member 34 and the bottom fixing member 38 of. Subsequently, the bottom fixing member 38 is attached to the second edge member 34 using the nut 102 in a state in which the bottom fixing member 38 is in close contact with the upper surface of the bottom panel 40. It is firmly fixed by fastening to the connecting bolt 35 protruding through the connecting hole 39.

In the state in which the bottom panel 40 is assembled and installed as described above, the pipe work provided on the inner wall panel 30 and the pipe installed on the bottom panel 40 are performed.

In addition, the end of the reinforcing bar 8 protruding from the edge of the bottom panel 40 is bound together using the reinforcing bar 8 and the binding line of the inner wall panel 30.

As described above, the floor panel 40 is installed at predetermined intervals in order to withstand the load and the weight of concrete that is sufficiently poured before placing concrete in the state where the bottom panel 40 is assembled. It is desirable to support the underside of (see FIG. 7).

In addition, in the case of railings or verandas, the inner edges of the bottom panel 40 are assembled and installed so as to span the outer wall panel 20 or the inner wall panel 30, and the bottom surface is supported by the copper bar or the support 110. .

As described above, when supporting the bottom panel 30 with the copper bar or the support 110, the length of the long neck 112 to the floor panel so as to evenly distribute the support force without damaging the bottom surface of the bottom panel 30 It is preferable to insert between 30 and a group or prop (refer FIG. 7).

After installing one floor panel 40 as described above, the other floor panel 40 is subsequently installed in close contact. At this time, the edges of the two bottom panels 40 which are in contact with each other attach an adhesive tape 104 to impart airtightness to prevent leakage of mortar during concrete pouring.

Then, the bottom panel 40 is integrated by inserting a fastening member 28 such as a wedge pin through the connection hole 47 of the edge member 46 provided at the corners of the two bottom panels 40 which are in contact with each other.

In the above-mentioned bottom panel 40 positioned adjacent to each other, the strength of the connecting portion is also sufficiently obtained by binding the reinforcing bars 8 protruding beyond the edge members 46 of each other with a binding line or the like so as to overlap each other.

Assembling and installing the bottom panel 40 through the above process, the installation of the bottom panel 40 is to proceed after completing all the outer wall and inner wall structure using the outer wall panel 20 and inner wall panel 30. It is possible, and the method of installing the bottom panel 40 at the same time as the installation of the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 in a predetermined area unit is also possible.

And the installation of the staircase is installed so that one edge portion of one staircase panel 50 is inserted into the stair connecting hole 58 formed in the inner wall panel 30 installed above. At this time, the connecting bolt 64 installed in the stair connecting hole 58 is inserted into the connecting hole 61 formed in the edge member 60 of the staircase panel 50, and the nut 65 is fastened to the connecting bolt 64. By doing so, the staircase panel 50 is integrally provided with the inner wall panel 30.

In the above state, the reinforcing bar 8 of the protruding step panel 50 is bound using the reinforcing bar 8 of the inner wall panel 30 and the binding line.

In general, since the stairs of one floor are installed while rotating spirally one or more times, the flat member 53 above the one staircase panel 50 with the latch member 59 of the other staircase panel 50. It is installed so as to span the corner, and inserts the edge where the edge member 60 is installed into the step connection hole 58 formed in the inner wall panel 30 to install.

Through the same process, the nut 65 is fastened to the connecting bolt 64, and is fastened to the reinforcing bar 8 of the inner wall panel 30 of the reinforcing bar 8 of the staircase panel 50 by a binding line.

Then, the bottom of the flat portion 53 of the staircase panel 50 is supported by using a group or pillars, respectively.

As described above, when supporting the staircase panel 50 with a copper bar or a strut, a long supporting neck is provided with the staircase panel 50 and the copper barrier so as to distribute the supporting force evenly without damaging the bottom surface of the staircase panel 50. It is desirable to insert between struts.

After the assembly of the outer wall panel 20, the inner wall panel 30, the bottom panel 40, the stair panel 50 through the above process is completed, the outer wall panel 20 is installed from above the bottom panel 40 is installed. ) And place concrete at a certain height on the floor panel 40 as well as placing concrete in the space formed between the inner wall panel 30 and the space formed between two inner wall panels 30 facing each other. In addition, concrete is poured into the step panel 50 described above.

When the concrete is poured as described above, the concrete mortar placed between the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 is filled between the reinforcing bars 8 and the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 that are placed. At this time, the reinforcing bar 8 is buried in a state where the installation position is fixed by the reinforcing bar supporting member 5 and the reinforcing bar fixing member 6 without moving in the precisely designed position.

In addition, since the reinforcement 8 and the fixing stand 87 are embedded in the newly poured concrete, the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 and the newly poured concrete are integrally formed to form an outer wall.

The concrete poured to the floor panel 40 at a predetermined height is separately plastered using an evener to form a horizontal plane as a whole.

In addition, the concrete poured on the staircase panel 50 has a vertical surface of each step by the diaphragm member 56, and a horizontal plane of each step is formed on the same plane as the upper surface of each of the diaphragm members 56. At this time, the horizontal surface of each step formed coplanar with the upper surface of each of the diaphragm members 56 is performed by using a trowel or the like. Similarly, the flat portion 53 of the staircase panel 50 is also separately plastered to form a horizontal plane using a trowel or the like.

After placing concrete as above and after a predetermined curing period, the nut 84 fastened to the end of the fixing stand 87 installed on the inner wall panel 30 is disassembled, and from the end of the fixing stand 87. The blocking plate 86, 97, and the like are removed, and the portion exposed from the inner wall panel 30 is removed by using a scratch formed on the protruding end of the holder 87.

In addition, the blocking plate 94 provided in the door hole 92 portion for installing the door or window is removed, and the protruding portion of the foundation bolt 93 is similarly removed using a scratch.

And the bottom panel 40 and the staircase panel 50 to remove the copper bar or support.

The above process completes the framing work for the outer wall and the inner wall and the ceiling (the second floor), the stairs between the first floor and the second floor, and the plastering of the wall and the ceiling.

Next, the assembly process for the second floor will be briefly described. In the case of the second floor, the connection hole 23 and the inner wall panel 30 formed in the first edge member 22 of the outer wall panel 20 are described. Instead of penetrating the foundation bolt through the connection hole 33 formed in the edge member 32, the second edge members 24 and 34 of the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 of the first layer are formed. It is made of the same process as the above-described assembling process of the first layer except for penetrating the connecting bolts 25 and 35 to be installed and fastening and fixing the nut 102.

Then, the reinforcing bar 8 protruding from the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 of the first floor and protruding from the bottom surface of the second floor is attached to the reinforcing bar 8 of the outer wall panel 20 and the inner wall panel 30 of the second floor. Bind using a binding line. In this way, the connection state of the wall surface of the 1st floor and the wall surface of the 2nd floor is integrated more.

By repeating the above process, it is possible to perform a frame construction for the designed floor number. In the case of the top layer, as shown in FIG. 20, the outer wall panel 20 protrudes to a predetermined height to form a railing and form a rooftop floor.

And it is also possible to manufacture and install the said outer wall panel 20 to the height of 2 layers. In addition, the width and / or length of the inner wall panel 30, the outer wall panel 20, and the bottom panel 40 are within the range that can be transported from the PC panel manufacturing plant to the construction site (in consideration of traffic conditions and road conditions during transportation). It is possible to set as needed within the state). In this case, if the width and / or length is set too small, the conveying and moving work is easy, but the assembly work takes a long time. If the width and / or length is set too large, the conveying and moving work is difficult. The time required for assembly work is reduced. Therefore, it is desirable to set the width and / or the length in consideration of various conditions such as the site situation and transportation means.

In the above, the form-reinforced PC panel and its assembly structure according to the present invention have been described as an example, but the present invention is not limited thereto, and the present invention is not limited thereto, but is also applicable to civil structures such as retaining walls, bridges, dams, and overpasses. It is possible.

When the present invention is applied to a civil structure such as a retaining wall, since the process of dismantling the formwork is not necessary, it is possible to carry out parallel construction such as backfilling at the same time as the construction work, thereby greatly shortening the construction period.

In the above description of the preferred embodiment of the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure thereof according to the present invention, the present invention is not limited to this, but the claims and the detailed description of the invention and the accompanying drawings in various ways Modifications can be made and this is also within the scope of the present invention.

According to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure according to the present invention made as described above, there is no need for the process of dismantling the formwork, there is no generation of waste due to the damaged formwork, skilled workers to install and dismantle the formwork. It can save a lot of manpower, shorten construction period, and greatly reduce construction cost.

In addition, according to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure thereof according to the present invention, in the conventional construction method, heavy equipment such as tower cranes and large cranes, which are not used much, can be sufficiently utilized, thereby increasing the operation rate of construction machinery. . In addition, since the heavy equipment is fully utilized, it is possible to reduce the number of workers and to reduce the cost of manpower.

In addition, according to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure according to the present invention, since the reinforcing bar is manufactured according to the drawings designed in the factory, it is manufactured in a set shape, it is possible to always maintain a certain degree of high quality regardless of the skill of the operator , Precision construction is achieved.

According to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure thereof according to the present invention, since the formwork is not dismantled, falling objects do not occur, and the fear of injury of workers or pedestrians passing below is greatly reduced.

In addition, according to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure according to the present invention, since the position of the reinforcing bar is always kept constant, the tensile strength of the designed state is obtained, and the compressive strength is obtained because the main body is molded with high-strength mortar. Lose. Therefore, the durability of the building is improved.

In addition, according to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure thereof according to the present invention, since it is not necessary to perform exterior finishing work or plastering work separately, the construction period is shortened.

Furthermore, according to the formwork-reinforced PC panel assembly structure according to the present invention, since it is possible to integrally install the distribution box, terminal box, concrete box, and the like, the electrical pipe work is unnecessary, thereby shortening the construction period.

According to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure according to the present invention as described above, formwork dismantling, plastering, exterior finishing work, electrical plumbing work, etc. are performed at the same time in the formwork installation process, significantly shortening the construction period This is possible and large cost reduction is achieved.

And according to the formwork-reinforced PC panel and the assembly structure thereof according to the present invention, it is possible to provide an outer wall surface made of high-strength mortar than the concrete to be poured, it is natural and chemical due to rain, snow, wind, sunlight, air pollution, etc. It is possible to have sufficient resistance to the influence, and it is possible to protect the internal structure, so that the durability is greatly improved.

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  7. A reinforcement plate made of a predetermined area and formed with a plurality of holes arranged in a predetermined pattern, and the main body which surrounds the reinforcement plate as a whole, is formed to a predetermined thickness, is formed of high strength mortar or high strength waterproof mortar, and the outer surface is plastered. And a plurality of reinforcing bars arranged horizontally and vertically at predetermined intervals from the inner surface of the main body, and a plurality of reinforcing bars supporting one of the reinforcing bars by protruding one end of the main body and protruding the other end thereof. A member and a reinforcing bar fixing member for fixing a position of the reinforcing bar reinforced with the reinforcing bar supporting member while the other is embedded and supported in the main body,
    The main body is formed by selecting the overall cross-sectional shape cut in the thickness direction from among the "-" shape, "a" shape, "c" shape, circular shape, elliptical shape, arc shape,
    The reinforcing bar supporting member is formed by elongating the horizontal section of the L-shaped steel and the vertical section protruding to a predetermined height,
    The reinforcing bar fixing member is formed in a "b" shape, and the vertical part is fixed to the horizontal part of the reinforcing bar supporting member, and the height of the vertical part sums up the sum of the diameters of the bars arranged horizontally and the diameters of the bars arranged vertically. Set to protrude from the vertical portion of the reinforcing support member as much as possible, and installed so that the bottom of the horizontal portion is in close contact with the reinforcing bars located above, the reinforcing reinforcement by bending the horizontal end portion back toward the main body Formwork-reinforced PC panels configured to surround and secure a portion of the panel.
  8. Claim 8 was abandoned when the registration fee was paid.
    The method of claim 7, wherein
    Formwork-reintegrated PC panel forming a binding hole for penetrating the binding line for fixing the position of the reinforcing bars in the exposed portion of the reinforcing bar support member and the reinforcing bar fixed member.
  9. A plurality of outer wall panels, a plurality of inner wall panels provided to maintain a predetermined distance from the outer wall panels or a pair of the outer wall panels, and a floor panel which is supported by an edge portion over the inner wall panel. Including,
    The outer wall panel, the inner wall panel and the bottom panel is made of a predetermined area, there is embedded a reinforcement plate is formed in which a plurality of holes are arranged in a predetermined pattern, molded into a mortar with a predetermined thickness, the outer surface or The bottom surface is plastered, and the inner or upper side of the reinforcement of the formwork-reinforced PC panel is formed by a plurality of reinforcement horizontally and vertically is reinforced by the reinforcing support member and the reinforcing bar fixed member, the connection portion is formed in the rim Assembly structure.
  10. The method of claim 9,
    Assembling structure of the formwork-reinforced one-piece PC panel for installing the reinforcing bar to the outer wall panel, the inner wall panel, the bottom panel to protrude a predetermined length from one corner or two or more corners, respectively.
  11. The method of claim 9,
    At the lower edge of the outer wall panel, a horizontal portion protrudes toward the side where the reinforcing bars are installed, and a first edge member having an “L” shape having a plurality of connection holes is formed at the protruding horizontal portion.
    At the upper edge of the outer wall panel, a horizontal portion protrudes toward the reinforcing bar, and a plurality of connecting bolts inserted into the connection hole formed in the first edge member of the outer wall panel located above the horizontal portion protruding are installed. Install the second border member of the L "shape,
    Assembling structure of the formwork-reinforced one-piece PC panel on the left and right edges of the outer wall panel is provided with a third border member that is formed with a connection hole for connecting adjacent outer wall panels integrally with each other.
  12. Claim 12 was abandoned upon payment of a registration fee.
    The method of claim 9,
    The outer surface of the outer wall panel is not only subjected to the plastering process, but also to attach the finishing material of marble, artificial stone, tiles or to form a primitive paint coating or a predetermined pattern or pattern assembling structure of the integral-PCR panel.
  13. The method of claim 9,
    The outer wall panel or the inner wall panel is a formwork-reinforced PC panel which is formed by selecting a cross-sectional shape viewed from the plane in which it is installed among "-" shape, "a" shape, "c" shape, circular shape, arc shape, and elliptical shape. Assembly structure.
  14. The method of claim 9,
    At the lower edge of the inner wall panel, a horizontal portion protrudes toward the side where the rebar is disposed, and a first edge member having an “L” shape having a plurality of connection holes is formed in the protruding horizontal portion.
    In the upper edge of the inner wall panel, a horizontal portion protrudes toward the reinforcing bar, and a plurality of connecting bolts are inserted into the connecting hole formed in the first edge member of the inner wall panel located above the protruding horizontal portion. Install the second border member of the "L" shape,
    Assembling structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel in which the third edge member is formed at the left and right corners of the inner wall panel to form a connection hole for connecting adjacent inner wall panels to each other integrally.
  15. The method of claim 14,
    The inner wall panel has an “L” shape bottom in which a plurality of connection holes into which the connection bolt is inserted are formed at a predetermined interval from which a part of the corner of the bottom panel is inserted from the second edge member installed at the upper corner. Fixing member is installed to the length corresponding to the left and right length of the inner wall panel,
    The surface of the vertical part of the bottom fixing member is installed on the same surface as the outer surface of the inner wall panel.
    Assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel forming the connection hole in the horizontal portion of the bottom fixing member.
  16. Claim 16 was abandoned upon payment of a setup registration fee.
    The method of claim 9,
    The inner wall panel or the bottom panel assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel for installing a terminal box, concrete box, distribution box, electrical piping for electrical and communication wiring.
  17. The method of claim 9,
    One end part is installed embedded in the main body of the outer wall panel or inner wall panel, and the other end is installed to protrude to the length of the other inner wall panel located facing each other, and the end is triangular so that it can be easily cut. A fixed rod formed with scratches,
    A nut fastened to a screw formed at an end of the fixing rod protruding from another inner wall panel to fix the nut;
    And a blocking plate for closing the opening of the fixing hole formed in the other inner wall panel so that the fixing rod can pass therethrough.
  18. Claim 18 was abandoned upon payment of a set-up fee.
    The method of claim 9,
    Assembly structure of the formwork-integral PC panel further comprising a fixing groove is formed so that the reinforcing bar is inserted into both ends of the outer wall panel and the inner wall panel or the pair of inner wall panel facing each other.
  19. Claim 19 was abandoned upon payment of a registration fee.
    The method of claim 18,
    A fixing part installed at one side of the fixing stand and protruding to the outside through the inner wall panel and having a triangular flaw formed at the end thereof so as to be easily cut;
    A nut fastened to a screw formed at an end of the fixing part protruding through the inner wall panel to fix the nut;
    And a blocking plate for closing the opening of the fixing hole formed in the inner wall panel so as to penetrate the fixing portion.
  20. The method of claim 9,
    The inner wall panel is formed with a plurality of working holes at predetermined intervals along the bottom and left and right sides,
    Assembly structure of formwork-reinforced PC panel further comprising a blocking plate for closing the work hole.
  21. Claim 21 was abandoned upon payment of a registration fee.
    The method according to claim 11 or 14,
    At least one of the third edge members installed at the left and right edges of the outer wall panel and the inner wall panel is provided with an adhesive tape for preventing the outflow of concrete mortar which is poured by increasing the adhesive force with the neighboring outer wall panel and the inner wall panel Assembly structure of formwork-reinforced PC panels.
  22. The method of claim 9,
    A part of the outer wall panel or the inner wall panel is formed in the door hole of the shape cut out to form an opening for installing a window or door,
    Assembly of formwork-reinforced PC panels further comprising a blocking plate supported by a support to close the opening of the door hole formed between the outer wall panel and the inner wall panel and between the inner wall panels so that the concrete to be poured out does not flow out. rescue.
  23. The method of claim 9,
    Assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced one-piece PC panel to install the "L" -shaped frame member is formed in the left and right corners or one of the corners of the floor panel to connect the neighboring floor panels integrally with each other.
  24. Claim 24 was abandoned when the setup registration fee was paid.
    The method of claim 23,
    Assembly of formwork-reinforced PC panels having at least one edge member installed at the left and right edges of the floor panel to install adhesive tape for preventing leakage of concrete mortar which is poured by increasing adhesion to neighboring floor panels. rescue.
  25. Claim 25 was abandoned upon payment of a registration fee.
    The method of claim 9 or 23,
    A part of the bottom panel forms a handrail at a predetermined height along an edge protruding to the outside of the outer wall panel,
    Assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel forming a plurality of holes in the handrail jaw for installing the handrail handle.
  26. Claim 26 was abandoned upon payment of a registration fee.
    The method of claim 9 or 23,
    The bottom panel is an assembly structure of a formwork-reinforced PC panel that integrally installs a concrete box and electrical piping.
  27. The method of claim 9,
    Inside, a reinforcement plate is formed in which a plurality of holes are arranged in a predetermined pattern. The reinforcing plate is formed by molding mortar with a predetermined thickness. The formwork-reinforced integrated type further includes a staircase panel which is fixedly supported by a fixing member and has an edge portion inserted into and supported by the inner wall panel, and which has one or two flat portions and an inclined surface portion connected to the flat portion at a predetermined inclination angle. Assembly structure of PC panel.
  28. The method of claim 27,
    The staircase panel is supported by inserting one corner portion into a stair connecting hole formed in a step shape in an inner wall panel forming a wall surface of the staircase,
    In the corner portion of the staircase panel, which is inserted into the stair connecting hole of the inner wall panel, an "L" shaped frame member having a connecting hole is provided,
    Assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced PC panel for installing the connection bolt is inserted into the connection hole in the step connection hole of the inner wall panel.
  29. The method of claim 27,
    The step panel is provided with a step-shaped side plate and a plurality of diaphragm members for forming a step in the inclined surface portion,
    One end of the diaphragm member is fixed to the side plate and the opposite end is installed in close contact with the inner wall panel,
    Assembly structure of the formwork-reinforced one-piece PC panel for installing a non-slip plate for the finishing of the edge of the step edge on the upper surface of the barrier member.
  30. The method of claim 27,
    One or both ends of the inclined surface portion assembling structure of the formwork-reinforced one-piece PC panel is provided with a latch member made of L-shaped steel so as to span the flat portion of the other staircase panel.
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