KR100694824B1 - Deck plate for reinforced concrete structure and structure construction method thereof - Google Patents

Deck plate for reinforced concrete structure and structure construction method thereof Download PDF

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KR100694824B1
KR100694824B1 KR20040104836A KR20040104836A KR100694824B1 KR 100694824 B1 KR100694824 B1 KR 100694824B1 KR 20040104836 A KR20040104836 A KR 20040104836A KR 20040104836 A KR20040104836 A KR 20040104836A KR 100694824 B1 KR100694824 B1 KR 100694824B1
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The present invention relates to a deck plate used in construction and civil engineering structures, such as easy reinforcement of the reinforcing bars and remarkably improved the adhesion strength with the cast concrete and has a beautiful appearance to enable mass production in the factory with water will be. In order to achieve this object, the deck plate according to the present invention is mounted between the beams and the beams as a first embodiment, and a bent portion is formed, the panel having embossing at regular intervals on the upper surface, and the bent portion of the panel. Attached to, it consists of the upper flange, the abdomen and the lower flange, characterized in that consisting of the attachment reinforcement is provided with an attachment hole.
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Deck plate for reinforced concrete structure and structure construction method

Figure 1a is a perspective view showing the assembly shape of the deck plate and reinforcing bars used in the prior art.

Figure 1b is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the assembly shape of the deck plate and reinforcing bars used in the prior art.

1C is a cross-sectional view of what is shown in FIG. 1B.

Figure 2a is a perspective view of the reinforcement of the deck plate according to the present invention.

Figure 2b is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the attachment reinforcing material according to the present invention.

Figure 2c is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the attachment reinforcing material according to the present invention.

Figure 3a is a perspective view showing a first embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

Figure 3b is a perspective view showing a second embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

Figure 4a is a perspective view showing a third embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

Figure 4b is a perspective view showing a fourth embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

5 is a perspective view showing a fifth embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

Figure 6a is a perspective view showing a case where the deck plate according to the invention used in architectural and civil construction.

Figure 6b is a perspective view showing another case where the deck plate according to the present invention is used in architectural and civil engineering structures.

Figure 7 shows the finish for both ends of the attachment reinforcement in the deck plate according to the present invention.

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41: attachment reinforcement material 42: attachment hole

43: upper flange 44: abdomen

45: lower flange

51: shape retaining stiffener 52: bent portion

52a: bending groove 53: rebar

54: emboss 61: spot welding
71: finish portion 100: panel
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The present invention relates to a deck plate used in construction and civil engineering structures, and more particularly, easy reinforcement of reinforcing bars, remarkably improved the adhesion strength with the concrete to be poured and has a beautiful appearance in the mass production in the factory as water The present invention relates to deck plates for reinforced concrete construction and civil engineering structures.

Reinforced concrete structure is a composite structure in which concrete and reinforcing bars having different physical properties are used together as compressive and tensile materials, respectively, which form a form to form the outer surface of concrete, reinforce the steel in the form, and inject concrete to cure When this is completed, it is achieved by removing the formwork, which makes up the main structure of the building structure.

Among these reinforced concrete structures, especially in the case of construction and civil engineering structures, the top plate is constructed by mounting a beam on a pier, installing a scaffold for beams, installing a lumber shell, passing a plywood formwork, and then placing concrete on the upper surface of the formwork. It is usually by way of pouring.

In this case, the formwork is constructed of plywood, lumber, etc., which requires construction work to perform reinforcement work such as reinforcing bars and dismantling work to dismantle the formwork after curing of concrete, which requires a considerable construction period.

In particular, these structures are easy to attach to the concrete surface and formwork, and after completing the curing of the concrete, it is difficult to separate the formwork from the concrete, and it is also difficult to separate the formwork from the hardened concrete. As a result, the surface of the structure became poor and a separate surface finishing work was required.

In addition, since the formwork made of a material having a weak durability is generally damaged during the dismantling operation, it is difficult to reuse, causing a problem of generating a large amount of waste materials.

In addition, in the case of the prior art, installation, dismantling, and transportation of the lumber ridges and plywood formwork are inevitable. Most of these operations are performed by on-site laborers. There is a problem that the construction period is prolonged because a separate scaffolding work must be preceded.

In addition, in the case of construction and civil structures, the construction site is made at high altitudes, so there is a high risk of safety accidents, and there is inconvenience of installing a separate safety facility.

On the other hand, as a method for improving the problem, a method that does not use the formwork, that is, a method that uses the member used to form the outer surface of the concrete as part of the reinforced concrete structure as shown in Figure 1a, 1b and 1c (D) is used.

The deck plate (D) is bent in a right angle or trapezoidal shape as shown in FIG. 1c, where reinforcing bars and concrete are poured and used as a top plate of construction and civil engineering structures.

As shown in Figure 1a the main reinforcement (T) is supported by the hoop reinforcement (H) is installed on the deck plate (D), the longitudinal reinforcement (L) and transverse reinforcement to form a reinforcing bar (W) on top (S) is bound to be sequentially arranged and arranged to be mutually supported by the spacer (S2) between each other, or as shown in Figure 1b, the reinforcing bar (W) is configured in advance in the form of a lattice welding and the reinforcing bar (W) The reinforcing bar T is suspended by the spacer S2 while the reinforcing bar network W is supported on the deck plate D by the spacer S2 or the like.

However, the method using the deck plate (D) is only a difference that no formwork is required compared to the prior art, and the top surface of the deck plate (D) is smooth, so that a predetermined reinforcing bar must be added separately for attachment with concrete. In this case, the reinforcement process is no different from that of the general process, and thus, problems such as workability and economic feasibility were still not solved.

Therefore, there is an urgent need for the development of deck plates that do not need to be installed and dismantled, such as formwork, clubbing, simple reinforcement of the reinforcement, and sufficient adhesion to concrete.

The present invention overcomes the problems of the prior art as described above, since it is used as a top plate of the building and civil construction to be integrated with the concrete to be poured, so no formwork, clubs, etc. is necessary, and provided with an attachment reinforcement on the upper surface of the deck plate and the concrete It is an object of the present invention to provide a deck plate that can increase adhesion and facilitate reinforcement of rebar.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention is the first embodiment,

A panel mounted between the beams and having a bent portion, the panel having embossing at regular intervals on the upper surface thereof;

Attached to the bent portion of the panel, the upper flange, the abdomen and the lower flange, characterized in that consisting of an attachment reinforcement is provided with an attachment hole.

On the other hand, as a second embodiment of the present invention,                         

A panel mounted between the beams and having an embossing on the upper surface at regular intervals,

The panel is attached to the upper flange, the abdomen and the lower flange, characterized in that consisting of an attachment reinforcement provided with an attachment hole.

As a third embodiment and a fourth embodiment of the present invention,

In the first or second embodiment described above, the shape retaining member is additionally installed.

As a fifth embodiment of the present invention,

A single steel sheet is bent vertically upward, and the steel sheet is bent vertically downward so as to be in close contact with the steel sheet bent vertically upwards to form an abdomen, the upper end of the abdomen is cut and then bent to form an upper flange. By bending the steel plate in the horizontal direction at the bent portion to form a panel, and repeating the above process to form at least one or more abdomen, the abdomen and the panel is formed integrally, at least one or more attachment voids in the abdomen And at least one emboss is formed on the panel.

Therefore, the object of the present invention, by constructing the construction and civil engineering structure by the characteristics of the present invention as described above compared to the conventional technology, the mass production is possible in advance in the factory with the pre-assembled cast iron rebar, It is to provide a deck plate for reinforced concrete construction and civil structures with excellent workability and economical efficiency and uniformity of product quality as well as excellent strength.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings with respect to the configuration of the preferred embodiments of the head reinforcing device for steel pipe piles according to the present invention will be described in detail.

Figure 2a is a perspective view of the attachment reinforcing material 41 of the deck plate according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 2A, the reinforcement reinforcing material 41 according to the present invention has an upper flange 43 alternately formed at the upper part of the abdomen 44 with each other alternately, and at the center of the abdomen 44 with concrete. There is an attachment hole 42 in the longitudinal direction to reinforce the adhesive force, the lower portion of the abdomen 44 has a lower flange 45 attached to the panel 100.

In the case of the upper flange 43 by cutting the upper portion of the abdomen 44 and by bending the upper side of the cut abdomen 44 to the left and right, so as to be alternately formed in the left and right directions of the abdomen (44).

As shown in Figs. 1A, 1B and 1C, the upper surface of the deck plate is smooth in the prior art, so that sufficient adhesion with concrete cannot be secured, and for this reason, the longitudinal roots (L) and the transverse direction (S) are absent. Or the reinforcing bar (W) is required separately, but in the case of the deck plate according to the present invention can ensure sufficient adhesion strength due to friction and mechanical action of the abdomen 44 and the upper flange 41 with the hard concrete, and therefore separate No reinforcement or rebar network (W) is required.

Of course, when the increase in strength is required, such as the reinforcement of the transverse direction (S) and longitudinal direction (L) rebar or the installation of the reinforcing bar (W) according to the prior art as shown in Figures 1a, 1b and 1c It may also be parallel to this configuration as it will be apparent to those skilled in the art from the present invention will be considered to belong to the technical scope of the present invention.

In FIG. 2A, only upper flanges 43 are alternately arranged horizontally to the left and right sides of the abdomen 44. However, the upper flange 43 and the upper flange 43 and the abdomen 44 are provided within a range capable of securing a predetermined attachment strength. The angle may be configured as an acute angle or an obtuse angle.

The attachment hole 42 has a circular shape and is formed in the abdomen 44 in the longitudinal direction of the attachment reinforcing material 41, when the concrete hits the upper portion of the deck plate according to the present invention concrete attachment hole 42 Since it fills through it serves to increase the adhesion strength between the deck plate and the concrete.

Meanwhile, in FIG. 2A, only the circular shape of the attachment hole 42 is illustrated, but the shape of the attachment hole 42 may be square, within the range in which the transverse rebar 53 may be fixed through the abdomen 44. Of course, it can also be in the shape of other polygons, such as hexagons, ovals.

The number of attachment holes 42 shown in Figure 2a is only one embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention can be appropriately increased or decreased according to the required strength of the structure in which the deck plate according to the present invention is used. These modifications will be described as belonging to the technical scope of the present invention because it can be easily predicted by those skilled in the art as much as possible from the present invention.

The lower flange 45 is coupled by welding perpendicular to the abdomen 44 and the bottom surface thereof is in intimate contact with the upper surface of the bent portion 52 of the panel 100 to couple the attachment stiffener 41 to the panel 100. To act.

2B is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the attachment reinforcing material 41 according to the present invention. The abdomen 44 is formed at right angles to the lower flange 45 along the central portion of the lower flange 45, and the attachment hole 42 is provided in the abdomen 44 at regular intervals as in FIG. 2A.

However, the attachment reinforcing material 41 in FIG. 2b is configured to not include the upper flange 43 formed by alternately bending the cut upper portion of the abdomen 44 from side to side as in FIG. 2a.

In the case where the attachment strength of the structure can be secured sufficiently without forming the upper flange 43, the workability can be improved by using the attachment reinforcing material 41 as shown in FIG. 2B.

Figure 2c is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the attachment reinforcing material according to the present invention. The abdomen 44 is formed at right angles to the lower flange 45 along the central portion of the lower flange 45, and the attachment hole 42 is provided in the abdomen 44 at regular intervals as in FIG. 2A.

However, instead of forming the upper flange 43 by alternately bending the cut upper piece of the abdomen 44 to the left and right as in FIG. 2A, a rectangular steel sheet is attached to the abdomen 44 to form the upper flange 43a. , The attachment reinforcing material 41 according to the present invention has a shape of the H-shaped steel as a whole while the upper flange 43a is smaller than the lower flange 45.

In FIG. 2C, the width of the upper flange 43a is smaller than that of the lower flange 45, but the relative sizes of the width of the upper flange 43a and the width of the lower flange 45 are the construction environment and required strength of each structure. It will be possible to appropriately adjust according to this will be said to belong to the technical scope of the present invention as merely a simple design change of the present invention.

Figure 3a is a perspective view showing a first embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

As shown in Figure 3a, the deck plate according to the present invention,

It is mounted between the beam 101 and the beam 101, the bent portion 52 is formed, the panel 100 having an embossing at regular intervals on the upper surface,

Attached to the bent portion 52 of the panel 100, consisting of an upper flange 43, the abdomen 44 and the lower flange 45, consisting of an attachment reinforcement material 41 is provided with an attachment hole 42 It is characterized by.

The panel 100 has bent portions 52 formed at regular intervals to be coupled with the attachment reinforcing material 41, and bent grooves 52a are formed at both side ends of the bent portions 52, and the bent grooves 52a are formed. Accordingly, both ends of the lower flange 45 are inserted and coupled to the binding reinforcing material 41 and the panel 100, and the bent portion 52 may be appropriately increased or decreased according to the required number of attachment reinforcing materials 41. .

Panel 100 is composed of a steel plate having a thickness of about 0.5 ~ 8.0 mm, and concrete is poured on it, so that it is functioning as a formwork during construction, so that no separate formwork installation is necessary, and even after the concrete is cured However, since it is integrated with concrete and resists external force, it functions as a reinforcement material on the tension side and effectively makes the concrete shear surface, thereby saving material and significantly improving the strength of the structure.

 The bent portion 52 is formed by the molding machine at regular intervals on the panel 100, and both ends of the lower flange 45 are fitted into the bent grooves 52a formed at both sides thereof, thereby attaching the reinforcement material 41 to the panel ( Bound to 100).

The embossing 54 is formed by pressing the panel with a press machine having an uneven portion, and is positioned between the attachment reinforcing members 41 as shown in FIG. 3A and has a shape protruding from the panel 100. The attachment reinforcing material 41 is formed at intervals of approximately 30 to 50 cm in the longitudinal direction.

The embossing 54 not only improves the flexural rigidity of the panel 100, which is a plate-like structure, in the deck plate according to the present invention, but also increases the adhesion strength between the panel 100 and the concrete so that the concrete and the deck plate work. It works without any action.

Although the number and shape of the emboss 54 is not directly shown in Figure 3a, any number of modifications may be made within the scope apparent to those skilled in the art, and the extent of this modification is merely a mere change of the present invention, and thus the scope of the present invention. Will belong to.

On the other hand, the reinforcing reinforcement 41 is capable of sufficiently resisting the tensile force acting in the longitudinal direction, it is not necessary to arrange the reinforcing bars in the longitudinal direction can improve the workability in the field and the The number is appropriately adjusted according to the required strength and size of the structure.

The upper flange 43 is formed horizontally on the panel 100 by alternately bending the upper portion of the abdomen 44 in a horizontal direction as described above in the description of FIG. 2. The upper flange 43 is formed of concrete and deck plates. By strengthening the bond and strengthening the bond, the concrete and the deck plate can be integrated with the external force without the activity.

The panel 100 and the attachment reinforcing material 41 may be reinforced by joining or welding both ends of the lower flange 45 of the attachment reinforcing material 41 and both side ends of the bent portion 52 by rivets or bolts. Preferably, the spot welding 61 may be used at both ends of the bent portion 52 and both ends of the lower flange 45 fitted thereto.

On the other hand, although not shown directly in Figure 3a, if the structure is required to reinforce the transverse reinforcement on the upper portion of the upper flange 43 can be welded to the upper flange 43 or bound with a joint reinforcing bar.

In the prior art, by removing the formwork after the hardening of the concrete, the exposed surface of the structure is poor and thus surface finishing is required, but when using the deck plate according to the present invention, it is not necessary to remove it even after the hardening of the concrete, thereby improving workability as well. It acts to enhance the beauty of the structure.

Figure 3b is a perspective view showing a second embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention.

As shown in Figure 3b the second embodiment of the present invention

It is mounted between the beam 101 and the beam 101, the panel 100 having an embossing at regular intervals on the upper surface,

Attached to the panel 100, the upper flange 43, the abdomen 44 and the lower flange 45, characterized in that consisting of the attachment reinforcing material 41 is provided with an attachment hole 42.

The second embodiment according to the present invention is almost the same as the first embodiment shown in Figure 3a and its configuration and effect, except that the attachment portion reinforcing material 41 is attached to the panel 100 without forming the bent portion 52 There is a difference.

In this case, the coupling between the panel 100 and the attachment reinforcing material 41 may be by rivets or bolts or welding between both side ends of the lower flange 45 and the panel 100 as in FIG. 3A. In this case, it is preferable to perform spot welding 61 at an interval of approximately 30 to 50 cm at a predetermined interval in the longitudinal direction along the lower flange 45.

In FIG. 3B, only the attachment reinforcement 41 in FIG. 2A is applied, but the attachment reinforcement may be replaced by the attachment reinforcement 41 shown in FIG. 2B or 2C.

Figure 4a is a perspective view showing a third embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention,

It is mounted between the beam 101 and the beam 101, the bent portion 52 is formed, the panel 100 having an embossing at regular intervals on the upper surface,

An attachment stiffener 41 attached to the bent portion 52 of the panel 100 and having an upper flange 43, an abdomen 44, and a lower flange 45, and having an attachment hole 42.

The panel 100 and the attachment reinforcing material 41 is characterized in that it consists of a shape maintaining reinforcing material 51 in close contact with the bent form.

As shown in FIG. 4A, since the shape retaining material 51 is additionally configured in the first embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG. 3A, the attachment reinforcing material 41 has an upper flange as in FIG. 3A. 43, the abdomen 44, the lower flange 45, and the attachment hole 42. In the case of the upper flange 43, the upper part of the abdomen 44 is cut and the upper part of the abdomen 44 is cut. By alternately turning left and right, the upper flange 43 is spread in the horizontal direction parallel to the panel 100 to be formed alternately along the longitudinal direction of the attachment reinforcing material 41 on both sides of the abdomen (44).

The shape retaining material 51 starts in the horizontal direction at one end of the panel 100 and is first bent upwardly at the first bend part 52, and then is bent and wrapped around the upper flange 43 to be bent downwardly. In the horizontal direction. Thereafter, the second and third bent portions 52 are repeatedly bent in the same manner as in the first bent portion 52 to eventually reach the other end of the panel 100.

The shape retaining material 51 is bent as described above and then welded to the panel 100 and the upper flange 43, or welded at the contact portion with the panel 100, and the band reinforcement at the contact portion with the upper flange 43. You can also bind.

Shape retaining material (51) is the panel 100 and the attached reinforcing material (41) as well as acts as a tension member when the deck plate according to the present invention is used as a top plate of building and civil structures after the concrete is placed The attachment failure or adhesion reinforcing material 41 of the liver serves to prevent deformation and the like that may occur in the abdomen 44 or the upper flange 43 by receiving a load.

Even in this case, the coupling between the panel 100 and the attachment reinforcing material 41 may be by rivets or bolts or welding between the lower flange 45 and both side ends of the bent portion 52, as in FIG. 3A. By spot welding 61 is preferred.

Figure 4b is a perspective view showing a fourth embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention,

It is mounted between the beam 101 and the beam 101, the panel 100 having an embossing at regular intervals on the upper surface,

An attachment stiffener 41 attached to the panel 100 and configured of an upper flange 43, an abdomen 44, and a lower flange 45, and having an attachment hole 42.

The panel 100 and the attachment reinforcing material 41 is characterized in that it consists of a shape maintaining reinforcing material 51 in close contact with the bent form.

As shown in FIG. 4B, the fourth embodiment corresponds to the shape retaining material 51 additionally configured in the second embodiment shown in FIG. 3B. Therefore, the attachment reinforcing material 41 is composed of the upper flange 43, the abdomen 44, the lower flange 45, the attachment hole 42, the upper flange 43 is parallel to the panel 100, the abdomen 44 3) is spread in the horizontal direction and alternately formed along the longitudinal direction of the attachment reinforcing material 41 to both sides of the abdomen 44.

On the other hand, the shape-reinforcement material 51 is bent at the bent portion 52 starting from one end of the panel 100 in the horizontal direction and bent to wrap around the upper flange 43 to eventually reach the other end of the panel 100 Same as that shown in FIG. 4A.

In addition, the lower flange 45 and the panel 100 may be coupled by rivets or bolts or by welding as described above with reference to FIG. 3B.

Although not shown directly in FIGS. 4A and 4B, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that the reinforcement material 41 may be replaced with the attachment reinforcement material 41 shown in FIGS. 2B and 2C.

5 is a perspective view showing a fifth embodiment of the deck plate according to the present invention, unlike the previous embodiment in which the attachment reinforcement and the panel is attached to the attachment reinforcement to the panel, the fifth embodiment according to the present invention In this case, the reinforcing stiffener and the panel are integrally formed by repeatedly bending a single plate.

As shown in FIG. 5, after the panel 100 is bent vertically upward at the bent portion 52b, the panel 100 is vertically lowered after securing the length corresponding to the abdomen 44 and the upper flange 43. By bending and allowing the panels 100 on both sides to be in close contact with each other, the abdomen 100 is formed, and the panel 100 is bent in the horizontal direction by reaching the bent portion 52b. ) And the overall shape for the panel 100.

After completing the overall shape of the deck plate according to the present invention as described above, the upper part of the abdomen 100 is cut and the upper part of the cut abdomen 44 is bent alternately left and right in a direction perpendicular to the abdomen 44 And (43).

The attachment hole 42 and the emboss 54 may be formed in advance at a predetermined position of the panel 100, and then the panel 100 may be bent to produce a deck plate according to the present invention, or the panel 100 may be bent. Thus, after the overall shape of the deck plate to the abdomen 44 and the panel 100, the attachment hole 42 and the embossing 54 may be configured at regular intervals, respectively.

By constructing the attachment reinforcing material 41 and the panel 100 as a single member, it is possible to expect an increase in the rigidity of the member as a whole, improve the uniformity of the quality and improve the workability in construction.

Although not shown in FIG. 5, the panel 100 and the upper portion of the fifth embodiment of the present invention are similar to the third embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG. 4A and the third embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG. 4B. The shape retaining material 51 may be formed by wrapping and bending the flange 43.

In addition, the shape of the upper flange 43 may be formed of an attachment reinforcement of the shape shown in Figures 2b and 2c.

Figure 6a is a perspective view showing a case where the deck plate according to the present invention is used in construction and civil engineering structures. As shown in FIG. 6A, when the reinforcing member 41 of the deck plate according to the present invention is constructed to be parallel to the beam 101, the haunch plates 102 are respectively installed on both beams 101 and thereon. The deck plate by this invention was constructed.

Figure 6b is a perspective view showing another case where the deck plate according to the present invention is used in construction and civil engineering structures. As shown in FIG. 6B, when the deck plate according to the present invention is constructed such that the attachment reinforcing material 41 and the beam 101 are perpendicular to each other, in this case, the attachment reinforcing material 41 structurally acts like a transverse reinforcing bar. The longitudinal reinforcement 53 is penetrated by a method of penetrating the attachment hole 42 of each attachment reinforcing material 41 or attached to the upper portion of the upper flange 43.

In FIG. 6B, the number of the attachment holes 42 is illustrated as 10, which shows an embodiment of the present invention and may appropriately increase or decrease the number according to the strength required for the structure.

7 is a perspective view showing the finish portion 71 of the attachment reinforcing material 41 according to the present invention. Both ends of the attachment reinforcing material 41 in the longitudinal direction is provided with a finish portion 71 covering the ends, such a finish portion 71 makes the appearance of the member beautiful and so that the end of the attachment reinforcing material 41 is not sharp This improves safety and workability.

So far, the deck plate according to the present invention can be easily applied to a variety of uses for the general slab members of civil engineering, building structures in connection with construction and civil engineering structures as those skilled in the art can easily predict such application examples It will be considered to belong to the scope of the invention.

The present invention constructed and functioned as described above is a deck plate for construction and civil engineering structures, which can be easily mounted between beams and beams in the field, and there is no need to remove them even after the concrete is hardened and the concrete is hardened. By using it as a part, it is not necessary to install and dismantle the formwork and moving parts, so simple and quick construction is possible, which not only shortens the air but also reduces the construction cost.

In addition, as the attachment reinforcing material structurally functions as a cast iron reinforcement, it is possible to omit the arrangement of the cast iron and the deck plate according to the present invention is prepared in advance in the factory and put into the field it is possible to promote the speed and homogenization of quality work.

In particular, since the deck plate according to the present invention is manufactured in advance in the factory and transported to the site, there is an advantage that the mass production of the device is possible, and thus has a great effect in shortening the air.

Although the invention has been described with reference to the preferred embodiments mentioned above, various other possible modifications and variations can be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Accordingly, the appended claims are intended to cover such modifications and variations as fall within the true scope of the invention.

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  1. In deck plate used in construction and civil engineering structures,
    A panel 100 mounted between the beams 101 and 101;
    At least one attachment stiffener (41) attached to the panel (100) in a direction parallel to the beam (101); And
    Starting from one end of the panel 100, bent and wrapped around the upper flange (43) leading to the other end of the panel 100; shape retaining material (51); deck plate, characterized in that consisting of.
  2. In deck plate used in construction and civil engineering structures,
    A panel 100 mounted between the beams 101 and 101 and having bends 52 formed therein;
    At least one attachment stiffener (41) attached to the bent portion (52) of the panel (100) in a direction parallel to the beam (101); And
    Starting from one end of the panel 100, bent and wrapped around the upper flange (43) leading to the other end of the panel 100; shape retaining material (51); deck plate, characterized in that consisting of.
  3. In deck plate used in construction and civil engineering structures,
    A panel 100 mounted between the beams 101 and 101 and having an emboss 54 at regular intervals on the upper surface thereof;
    At least one attachment stiffener (41) attached to the panel (100) in a direction parallel to the beam (101); And
    Starting from one end of the panel 100, bent and wrapped around the upper flange (43) leading to the other end of the panel 100; shape retaining material (51); deck plate, characterized in that consisting of.
  4. In deck plate used in construction and civil engineering structures,
    A panel 100 mounted between the beams 101 and 101, having a bent portion 52, and having an embossing 54 at a predetermined interval on an upper surface thereof;
    At least one attachment stiffener (41) attached to the bent portion (52) of the panel (100) in a direction parallel to the beam (101); And
    Starting from one end of the panel 100, bent and wrapped around the upper flange (43) leading to the other end of the panel 100; shape retaining material (51); deck plate, characterized in that consisting of.
  5. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The attachment reinforcing material 41 is deck plate, characterized in that attached to the panel 100 by spot welding (61) or riveting.
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  7. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The shape retaining material 51 is welded to the panel 100 and the upper flange 43, or welded at the contact portion with the panel 100, and is bound by a band reinforcement at the contact portion with the upper flange 43. Deck plate.
  8. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The attachment reinforcing material 41 is deck consisting of an upper flange (43, 43a), the lower flange 45 and the upper portion (43, 43a) and the abdomen 44 for connecting the lower flange 45 plate.
  9. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The attachment reinforcing material 41 is a deck plate, characterized in that consisting of a lower flange 45, the abdomen 44 formed at right angles to the lower flange 45 and the attachment hole 42 formed in the abdomen 44 .
  10. The method of claim 8,
    The attachment reinforcing material (41) deck plate, characterized in that it further comprises at least one or more attachment holes (42) in the abdomen (44).
  11. The method of claim 8,
    Deck plate, characterized in that the longitudinal end of the attachment reinforcing material 41 is further provided with a finish portion 71 covering the end.
  12. The method of claim 8,
    The panel (100), the lower flange (45), the abdomen (44) and the upper flange (43, 43a) is a deck plate, characterized in that the fuselage is continuously configured by bending a single steel sheet.
  13. The method of claim 9,
    The panel (100), the lower flange (45) and the abdomen (44) is a deck plate, characterized in that the fuselage is continuously configured by bending a single steel sheet.
  14. The method according to claim 12 or 13,
    At least one attachment hole (42) is formed in the abdomen (44), and at least one emboss (54) is formed in the panel (100).
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  16. 10. A method of constructing a building and civil engineering structure using a deck plate prepared by any one of claims 1 to 4, 8 and 9.
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