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KR100952605B1
KR100952605B1 KR1020090084815A KR20090084815A KR100952605B1 KR 100952605 B1 KR100952605 B1 KR 100952605B1 KR 1020090084815 A KR1020090084815 A KR 1020090084815A KR 20090084815 A KR20090084815 A KR 20090084815A KR 100952605 B1 KR100952605 B1 KR 100952605B1
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    • E03F5/10Collecting-tanks; Equalising-tanks for regulating the run-off; Laying-up basins
    • E03F5/101Dedicated additional structures, interposed or parallel to the sewer system
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    • E02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL SHIFTING
    • E02DFOUNDATIONS; EXCAVATIONS; EMBANKMENTS; UNDERGROUND OR UNDERWATER STRUCTURES
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E03WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE
    • E03FSEWERS; CESSPOOLS
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL SHIFTING
    • E02DFOUNDATIONS; EXCAVATIONS; EMBANKMENTS; UNDERGROUND OR UNDERWATER STRUCTURES
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PURPOSE: A rainwater storage tank is provided to reduce the weight of a support wall by forming a center groove in the inner side of the support wall, and provides a wide inside space. CONSTITUTION: A rainwater storage tank comprises a bottom slab(110), first support walls(120,220), first columns(130,230), first beams(140,240), first slab members(150,250). The bottom slab has slab reinforcing bars. Center grooves, first mounting jaws, and reinforcing grooves are formed in the first support walls. The first columns are fixed to the bottom slab, and reinforcing grooves are formed in the first columns. The first beams are arranged on the top end of the first columns. The first slab members are arranged on the top end of the first mounting jaws and the first beams, and multiple hollows are formed in the first slab members.

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Rainwater Storage Tank {Water storage tank}

The present invention relates to a rainwater storage tank, and more particularly, to a rainwater storage tank that can store the rainwater to discharge to the river to control the flow rate of rainwater.

As buildings increase and the surface pavement rate increases, rainwater does not flood into the basement during heavy rains. As such, when rainwater flows in at one time and exceeds the inflow allowance, flooding may occur.

On the contrary, if less rainwater flows into the river, the water quality of the groundwater is deteriorated and the groundwater is also depleted. In order to prevent this, in recent years, rainwater is stored in an excellent storage tank and discharged into a river to control the flow rate of rainwater.

As an example of the technique of this excellent storage tank, the excellent storage tank (patent No. 485742) and the excellent storage tank (patent registration number 582121) patented and registered by this applicant are mentioned.

First, Patent No. 485742 relates to an excellent storage tank and includes a main block, a peripheral block, and a slab. In the block for the main body, pillars are provided at right angles to each of four corners at the front, rear, left, and right sides of the top plate and the bottom plate. Through-holes formed on the inside are formed, respectively, and a plurality of grooves into which the couple guide pins are inserted are formed on the outer surface. The peripheral block has the same configuration as the block for the main body except that one or more of the four faces take a closed form. The slab is coupled to the peripheral block by screw members extending outward from the peripheral block so as to close the opening of the peripheral block facing outward when assembled.

Next, Patent No. 582121 relates to an excellent storage tank and includes a storage block and an upper block. In the storage block, pillars are formed at each corner of the top plate and the bottom plate such that openings are formed at sides of the hexahedron, and a plurality of nut set grooves are formed at the top and bottom of each pillar, and at least one side of the top plate A stepped portion is formed, and the bottom plate is formed with an engaging portion so as to be integral with the base surface. In addition, the upper block has a rectangular plate shape, the end of which is seated on the upper plate stepped portion of the storage block to form the same plane as the upper plate of the storage block. Here, the plurality of storage blocks are repeatedly arranged in a straight line, and the upper surface block is configured such that a plurality of the storage blocks are coupled between the storage blocks in a straight line to form a storage space.

Despite the other technical advantages such as easy construction, the shape of the main block of the rainwater storage tank of Patent No. 485742 and the storage block of the rainwater storage tank of Patent No. 582121 have the structure of a cube formed by the upper plate and the lower plate integrally formed by a column. Since the weight of the block itself becomes very large, it is very disadvantageous for transportation, and when the block is manufactured in advance and transported by the vehicle, the loading space of the vehicle is limited and the size of the block can be increased as desired. Can't.

In addition, when the main block and the storage block is manufactured in the form of a cube formed by the upper plate and the lower plate integrally formed by the pillar, the formwork must be manufactured in the form of a cube in order to form the block into concrete, and concrete is formed inside the formwork. The production is very cumbersome and inconvenient, as it takes a long time to cure.

In addition, when the volume of the body block and the storage block having a hexahedron shape increases and the weight thereof increases, it is very cumbersome and inconvenient to assemble the rainwater storage tank. For example, if the heavy body block and the storage block are not correctly positioned at the construction position, the crane must be repeatedly modified to position the body block and the storage block with the hexahedral structure correctly.

In addition, the main body block and the peripheral block each include a pillar, and when arranging them, the pillars of the blocks overlap to provide an unnecessarily thick pillar structure, and when the pillars overlap, the internal space of the storage tank is narrowed to clean before and after construction. And internal management becomes difficult.

Such a conventional box-type storm reservoir has a problem that it is difficult to assemble to fit the shape of the curved section when the terrain is a curved section, and the remaining space is generated, so that sufficient space utilization is difficult.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an excellent storage tank that can provide a large internal space.

Rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention is a bottom slab; A plurality of first supporting walls having a rectangular shape and being fixed on the bottom slab to be a part of an outer wall, and having a central groove formed at an inner central portion thereof to protrude an inner edge thereof, and having a first seating jaw formed thereon; A plurality of first pillars fixed on the bottom slab and spaced apart from the inside of the outer wall formed by the first support walls; A plurality of first beams disposed over the tops of the first pillars; And a plurality of first slab members disposed adjacent to each other and disposed over the upper ends of the first seating jaw and the first beams to form a first slab, and having a plurality of hollows formed in one direction therein.

The first support wall, the first pillar, the first beam, and the first slab member may each include precast concrete (PC).

In addition, the bottom slab is provided with a slab reinforcement bar partially exposed upward at a position corresponding to the position of the first support wall and the first pillar, the bottom slab of the first support wall and the first pillar A lower reinforcement groove is formed at a position corresponding to the slab reinforcement, and the slab reinforcement may be fixed to the reinforcement groove by non-contraction mortar.

Furthermore, the first beam further includes horizontal reinforcement bars disposed in the longitudinal direction therein, and connection grooves are formed at both ends to expose the horizontal reinforcement bars to provide a space in which concrete is placed at the site, and the upper side is disposed on the upper side. It may further include a plurality of vertical reinforcing bar exposed toward.

The first beam may further include a reinforcing steel wire therein.

The first slab member may further include a shear reinforcing bar having an upper portion at both ends orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the hollow, having a triangular wave shape at the side, and embedded between the hollows in the longitudinal direction of the hollow. Can be.

In addition, the shear reinforcement is exposed on top of the first slab member, the first slab members are disposed on top of the first beam so that the end is sandwiched between the vertical reinforcement, and poured in situ The apparatus may further include a concrete member covering an upper portion of the first slab member so that the shear reinforcing bars and the vertical reinforcing bars are embedded.

The first support wall further includes at least one annular rebar on each side thereof, and the first support walls are vertical reinforcing bars inserted into the annular reinforcing bars, and after the vertical reinforcing bars are interpolated, the supporting wall It can be fixed by non-contraction mortar that is poured at the junction between them.

In addition, each side may include one or more annular reinforcing bars, each of which is disposed at an edge portion where the first supporting walls meet, and may further include an auxiliary supporting wall having a quadrangular cross section.

In addition, a rectangular shape is fixed on the floor slab to become part of the outer wall, a rectangular central groove is formed in the inner central portion so that the inner edge protrudes, a first seating jaw is formed on the upper side, and the first support walls meet It is disposed on the corner portion, and may further include an auxiliary support wall including one or more annular reinforcing bars on one side and the right inner side of the other side.

Here, a plurality of second support wall is fixed on the first slab to be a part of the outer wall, the central groove is formed in the inner central portion so that the inner edge protrudes, the second seating jaw is formed on the upper; A plurality of second pillars fixed on the first slab and spaced apart from the inside of the outer wall formed by the second support walls; A plurality of second beams disposed over the tops of the second pillars; And a plurality of second slab members disposed adjacent to each other and disposed over the top of the second seating jaw and the second beams to form a second slab, and having a plurality of hollows formed in one direction therein. can do.

In addition, the second support wall, the second pillar, the second beam and the second slab member may each include precast concrete (PC).

In addition, the first pillar and the second pillar is provided with a head head disposed in the upper portion and a column reinforcing bar embedded so that a portion thereof is exposed toward the upper side of the head head, the lower portion of the second column, A pillar reinforcement groove is formed at a position corresponding to the pillar reinforcement of the first pillar, and the pillar reinforcement may be fixed to the pillar reinforcement groove by non-contraction mortar.

In addition, the first support wall further includes a wall reinforcement is embedded so that a portion is exposed toward the upper side, the lower wall of the second support wall, the wall reinforcement groove is formed in a position corresponding to the wall reinforcement, the wall The reinforcing bar may be fixed to the wall reinforcement groove by non-contraction mortar.

In addition, the second beam is further provided with a horizontal reinforcing bar disposed in the longitudinal direction therein, connecting grooves are formed at both ends so as to provide a space where the horizontal reinforcing bar is exposed to place concrete in the field, the upper side is It may further include a plurality of vertical reinforcing bar exposed toward.

The second beam may further include a reinforcing steel wire therein.

The second slab member may further include a shear reinforcing bar having an upper portion at both ends orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the hollow, having a triangular wave shape at the side, and embedded between the hollows in the longitudinal direction of the hollow. Can be.

In addition, the shear reinforcements are exposed on top of the second slab member, the second slab members are disposed on the top of the second beam so that an end is sandwiched between the vertical reinforcements and poured in situ. The method may further include a concrete member covering an upper portion of the second slab member so that the shear reinforcing bars and the vertical reinforcing bars are embedded.

The second support wall further includes at least one annular rebar on each side thereof, and the second support walls are vertical reinforcing bars inserted into the annular reinforcing bars, and after the vertical reinforcing bars are interpolated, the supporting wall It can be fixed by non-contraction mortar that is poured at the junction between them.

In addition, each side may include one or more annular reinforcing bars, each of which is disposed at an edge portion where the second supporting walls meet, and may further include an auxiliary supporting wall having a quadrangular cross section.

In addition, a rectangular shape is fixed on the floor slab to become part of the outer wall, a rectangular central groove is formed in the inner central portion so that the inner edge protrudes, a second seating jaw is formed on the upper side, and the second support walls meet It is disposed on the corner portion, and may further include an auxiliary support wall including one or more annular reinforcing bars on one side and the right inner side of the other side.

In addition, the inner space of the upper layer may be provided as a parking lot or a living space.

According to the storm storage tank according to the present invention,

First, since it is assembled by a member such as a slab, a support wall, a pillar and a beam, it can provide a large internal space compared to the rainwater storage tank made of the storage block of the hexahedral structure.

Second, the support wall constituting the outer wall is provided with a central groove in the inner central portion can support the upper structure while reducing the weight can provide a structure of excellent storage tank of high floor height.

Third, because it is manufactured in a separate configuration, such as slabs, support walls, columns and beams, it is light and easy to assemble the excellent storage tank by a crane or the like.

Fourth, even in the case of manufacturing with a PC, because it is manufactured in a separate configuration, such as slabs, support walls, columns and beams, it is not limited in size, it is easy to transport because of the small weight, and the size of the excellent storage tank can be increased as desired.

Fifth, since the pillars do not overlap and provide an unnecessary thick structure like the conventional box-type rainwater storage tank, the internal space of the rainwater storage tank is expanded, and cleaning and internal management are easy.

Sixth, unlike the conventional box-type rainwater storage tank, even when the terrain is a curved section, it is easy to assemble to fit the shape of the curved section, so sufficient space utilization is possible.

Seventh, when the upper layer formed by the second support walls, the second pillars, the second beams and the second slab members, the inner space of the upper layer may be provided as a parking lot or a living space, so It can also serve as a stormwater reservoir and a parking lot or residential space.

Eighth, when the shear reinforcing bar is disposed inside the slab member and covered by the concrete member poured in the field, the slab can withstand the shear force well.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Prior to this, terms or words used in the present specification and claims should not be construed as being limited to the common or dictionary meanings, and the inventors should properly explain the concept of terms in order to best explain their own invention. Based on the principle that can be defined, it should be interpreted as meaning and concept corresponding to the technical idea of the present invention.

Therefore, the embodiments described in the specification and the drawings shown in the drawings are only the most preferred embodiments of the present invention and do not represent all of the technical idea of the present invention, various equivalents that may be substituted for them at the time of the present application It should be understood that there may be water and variations.

Hereinafter, an excellent storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described. 1 is a cross-sectional view of the storm reservoir according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a partially enlarged plan view of E shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view of an upper layer according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 4 is an embodiment of the present invention. It is a top view of an upper layer part which concerns on an example.

1 to 4, the storm reservoir 100 may include a bottom slab 110, a plurality of first support walls 120, a plurality of first pillars 130, a plurality of first beams 140, and a plurality of first storage walls 120. The first slab member 150 of the.

Here, although the first support wall 120, the first pillar 130, the first beam 140 and the first slab member 150 can be cast in the field, they are each made of precast concrete (PC). Illustrate what happened.

First, the floor slab 110 is made of hardened concrete in the field can be produced in the form of the front foundation. The bottom slab 110 is pre-installed and embedded in the slab reinforcement 111 partially exposed to the upper side at a position corresponding to the position of the first support wall 120 and the first column 130 to be described later. .

5 is a perspective view of the supporting wall shown in FIG.

Referring to FIG. 5, the first support walls 120 have a rectangular shape and are fixed on the bottom slab 110 to become a part of the outer wall. A rectangular center groove 121 is formed at the inner central portion to protrude the inner edge thereof. The first seating jaw 122 is formed at an upper portion thereof.

The reinforcing groove 123 is formed at a lower portion of the first support walls 120 corresponding to the slab reinforcing bar 111 described above, and the slab reinforcing bar 111 is inserted into the reinforcing groove 123 and not contracted. It is fixed by mortar.

Here, the first support wall 120 is provided with one or more annular reinforcing bars 124 on each side. When the pair of first supporting walls 120 are adjacent to each other, the annular rebars 124 overlap and the vertical reinforcement 125 is interpolated to the annular rebars 124. After the vertical reinforcement 125 is interpolated in this way, the joints between the support walls 120 are poured with non-shrink mortar to fix the first support walls 120.

6 and 7 are perspective views showing another embodiment of the support wall shown in FIG. Auxiliary support walls 120a and 120b are provided at corner portions where the first support walls 120 meet.

First, the auxiliary support wall 120a shown in FIG. 6 may be used.

The auxiliary support wall 120a has a rectangular shape like the first support wall 120 and is fixed on the bottom slab 110 to be a part of the outer wall, and a rectangular center groove 121a is formed at the inner center to protrude the inner edge thereof. The first seating jaw 122a is formed at an upper portion thereof. However, unlike the first supporting wall 120 having annular rebars 124 on both sides, the auxiliary supporting wall 120a has a plurality of annular reinforcing bars 124a on one side and at right angles in the other direction. ) Is provided.

The vertical reinforcement 125 is interpolated to the annular reinforcing bars 124a even at the corners where the auxiliary supporting walls 120a meet with the first supporting walls 120 by the annular reinforcing bars 124a. As a result, the first support walls 120 may be fixed to the first support walls 120.

In addition, the auxiliary supporting wall 120b shown in FIG. 7 includes one or more annular reinforcing bars 124b on each side thereof, and is disposed at a corner portion where the first supporting walls 120 meet, and a cross section has a quadrant shape. Doing. The auxiliary support wall 120a described above has a shape similar to the first support wall 120, but the auxiliary support wall 120b of FIG. 7 is provided as a separate member.

The auxiliary support wall 120b of FIG. 7 may have different first angles of contact with the first support walls 120 as well as first support walls 120 that meet vertically, as well as first support walls 120 that meet at various angles. ) Can also be connected.

8 is a front view and a plan view of the column shown in FIG. Referring to FIG. 8, the first pillars 130 are fixed on the bottom slab 110, and a plurality of first pillars 130 are spaced apart from each other in the outer walls formed by the first support walls 120. A reinforcement groove 131 is formed at a lower portion of the first column 130 at a position corresponding to the slab reinforcement 111 described above. The slab reinforcement 111 is inserted into the reinforcement groove 131 is fixed by the non-shrink mortar.

9 is a front view of the beam shown in FIG. 2, FIG. 10 is a plan view and a side view of the beam shown in FIG. 9, and FIG. 11 is a longitudinal sectional view of the beam shown in FIG. 9.

9 to 11, both ends of the first beams 140 are disposed over the upper ends of the first pillars 130. The first beam 140 has a horizontal reinforcing bar 141 disposed therein in the longitudinal direction. Connection grooves 142 are formed at both ends of the first beam 140, and the horizontal grooves 141 are exposed in the connection grooves 142 to provide a space in which concrete is poured in the field. By this connecting groove 142, no additional formwork is required when placing concrete on site. In addition, a plurality of vertical reinforcing bars 143 are exposed upward on the first beam 140. The vertical reinforcing bar 143 is bent by the upper side as shown is fixed by the site-pouring concrete member 160 to be described later. Inside the first beam 140 is also provided a reinforcing steel wire 144.

12 is a front view showing another embodiment of the beam shown in FIG. 2, and FIG. 13 is a plan view and a side view of the beam shown in FIG.

12 and 13, unlike the first beam 140 illustrated in FIGS. 9 to 11, the first beam 140a has a connection groove 140 formed only at one end thereof. One end of the first beam 140a is formed over the top of the first pillars 130 on which the connection groove 140 is formed, and the other end thereof is directly fixed to the first support wall 120. 140 is unnecessary and only the horizontal rebar 141 is exposed.

14 is a front view of the slab member shown in FIG. 2, FIG. 15 is a plan view and a cross-sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. 14, and FIGS. 16 and 17 are upper and lower back views of the slab member shown in FIG. 14, FIG. 18. 14 is a AA line longitudinal cross-sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. 14, FIG. 19 is a BB line longitudinal cross-sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. 14, FIG. 20 is a CC line longitudinal cross-sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. DD line longitudinal cross-sectional view shown in FIGS. 1 to 4, FIG. 22 is a partially enlarged cross-sectional view of F shown in FIG. 21, and FIG.

14 to 20, the first slab members 150 are disposed over the top of the first seating jaw 122 and the first beams 140, and a plurality of the first slab members 150 are disposed adjacent to each other. 150A). In addition, the plurality of hollows 151 are formed in the first slab members 150 in one direction, and the upper ends of the two ends perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the hollows 151 are opened 152. A double ring R embedded in the upper portion of the first slab member 150 may be provided.

In addition, the first slab member 150 includes a shear reinforcing bar 153 embedded between the hollows 151 in the longitudinal direction of the hollow 151. The shear reinforcing bar 153 has a triangular wave shape at its side surface. The shear reinforcing bars 153 are exposed on the upper side of the first slab member 150. In addition, as shown in FIG. 18, both ends of the first slab member may further include an end shear reinforcing bar 153a.

In this case, as shown in FIGS. 22 and 23, the first slab members 150 are disposed on the upper portion of the first beam 140 so that an end thereof has a vertical reinforcing bar 143 therebetween. Then, the concrete member 160 is poured in the field to cover the upper portion of the first slab member 150 so that the shear reinforcement 153 and the vertical reinforcement 143 is embedded.

In addition, the storm reservoir 100 may optionally include an upper layer (200). That is, it may be used as only one layer of rainwater storage tank 100, and may further include two upper layers 200 on the rainwater storage tank 100.

The inner space of the upper layer part 200 formed by the second support walls 220, the second pillars 230, the second beams 240, and the second slab members 250 is used as a parking lot or a living space. It is possible. That is, referring to FIG. 3, the parking compartment L is drawn on the first slab 150A. In particular, according to the embodiment of the present invention, since the distance between the first and second pillars 130 and 230 is wide, it is possible to provide two or more parking spaces between the second pillars 230.

The upper layer part 200 includes a plurality of second supporting walls 220, a plurality of second pillars 230, a plurality of second beams 240, and a plurality of second slab members 250. Hereinafter, the second support wall 220, the second pillar 230, the second beam 240, and the second slab member 250 are exemplarily made of precast concrete (PC), respectively.

Referring to FIGS. 1 to 4, the second support walls 220 are fixed on the first slab 150A to become part of the outer wall. The second support walls 220 have a central groove 221 formed at the inner central portion thereof to protrude an inner edge thereof, and a second seating jaw 222 is formed at an upper portion thereof.

In this case, referring to FIG. 21, the first support wall 120 includes a wall reinforcing bar 126 embedded so that a portion thereof is exposed upward. In addition, a wall reinforcement groove 223 is formed at a lower portion of the second support wall 220 at a position corresponding to the wall reinforcement 126, and the wall reinforcement 126 is formed by non-contraction mortar in the wall reinforcement groove 223. It is fixed.

Referring to FIG. 2, the second support wall 220 has one or more annular rebars 224 on both sides thereof. The second support walls 220 are formed on the non-shrink mortar that is placed in the joint between the vertical reinforcing bars 225 inserted into the annular rebar 224 and the supporting walls 220 after the vertical reinforcing bars 225 are interpolated. Is fixed by.

6 and 7, auxiliary support walls 220a and 220b are provided at corner portions where the second support walls 220 meet.

First, the auxiliary supporting wall 220a shown in FIG. 6 is fixed on the first slab 150A as a square shape like the second supporting wall 220 to be a part of the outer wall. The auxiliary support wall 220a has a rectangular central groove 221a formed at the inner central portion thereof to protrude the inner edge thereof, and a second seating jaw 222a is formed at the upper portion thereof. The auxiliary support wall 220a is provided with a plurality of annular reinforcing bars 224a on one side and an inner surface at the right angle in the other side.

The vertical reinforcing bars 225 are interpolated in the ring-shaped reinforcing bars 224a even at the corner portions of the auxiliary supporting walls 220a that meet the second supporting walls 220 by the annular reinforcing bars 224a. As a result, the second support walls 220 may be fixed to each other.

In addition, the auxiliary supporting wall 220b shown in FIG. 7 has one or more annular rebars 224b on each side thereof, and is disposed at an edge portion where the first supporting walls 220 meet, and a cross section is quadrant shaped. Doing

The auxiliary support walls 220b of FIG. 7 are second support walls 220 which meet at various angles as well as second support walls 220 which meet vertically when the angles of the surfaces contacting the second support walls 220 are different. ) Can also be connected.

8 and 21, the second pillars 230 are fixed on the first slab 150A and are spaced apart from the inside of the outer wall formed by the second support walls 220.

At this time, the first pillars 130 and the second pillars 230 are pillars 132 and 232 disposed at an upper portion thereof, and pillar reinforcement bars embedded so that a part of the pillars 132 and 232 are exposed upward. 133 and 233 are provided. A pillar reinforcement groove 231 is formed at a lower portion of the second pillar 230 at a position corresponding to the pillar reinforcement 133 of the first pillar 130, and the pillar reinforcement 133 is formed in the pillar reinforcement groove 231. It is fixed by non-shrink mortar.

9 to 11, the second beams 240 are disposed over the upper ends of the second pillars 230. The second beam 240 has a horizontal reinforcement 241 disposed in the longitudinal direction therein. Connection grooves 242 are formed at both ends of the second beam 240 so that the horizontal rebar 241 is exposed to provide a space in which concrete is poured in the field, and the plurality of vertical rebars 243 exposed upward. It is provided. The second beam 240 may further include a reinforcing steel wire 244 therein.

12 and 13, unlike the second beam 240 illustrated in FIGS. 9 to 11, the second beam 240a has a connection groove 240 formed only at one end thereof. One end formed with the connection groove 240 of the second beam 240a is disposed over the upper ends of the second pillars 230, and the other end thereof is directly fixed to the second support wall 220. 240 is unnecessary and only the horizontal rebar 241 is exposed.

Referring to FIGS. 14 to 20, the second slab members 250 are disposed over the upper ends of the second seating jaw 222 and the second beams 240 and have a plurality of hollows 251 in one direction therein. ) Are formed and a plurality of are arranged adjacent to each other to form a second slab (250A).

The second slab member 250 has an upper portion 252 open at both ends thereof perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the hollow 251. In addition, the second slab member 250 is provided with a shear reinforcing bar 253 is a side of the triangular wave shape, and embedded between the hollows in the longitudinal direction of the hollow. The shear reinforcing bars 253 are exposed 253a on the upper side of the second slab member 250.

In this case, the second slab members 250 are disposed above the second beam 240 so that an end thereof has a vertical reinforcing bar 243 therebetween. Then, the concrete member 260 is poured in place to cover the upper portion of the second slab member 250 so that the shear reinforcement 253 and the vertical reinforcement 243 is embedded.

Thus, according to an embodiment of the present invention, the storm reservoir 100 is assembled by a member such as the support wall (120, 220), pillars (130, 230), beams (140, 240), slab (150, 250), etc. As a result, it is possible to provide a large internal space compared to an excellent storage tank made of a storage block having a hexahedral structure. The support walls 120 and 220 constituting the outer wall are provided with the central grooves 121 and 221 formed at the inner central portion thereof to support the upper structure while reducing the weight, thereby providing the excellent storage tank 100 having a high floor height. Since it is manufactured in a separate configuration, such as slab (150, 250), support walls (120, 220), pillars (130, 230) and beams (140, 240), work to assemble the excellent storage tank 100 by a crane or the like This is easy.

Even when the rainwater storage tank 100 is manufactured with a PC, the slab 150, 250, the support walls 120, 220, the pillars 130, 230, and the beams 140, 240 are manufactured in separate configurations. It is not restricted, it is easy to transport because of the small weight, the size of the rainwater storage tank 100 can be increased as desired. Since the pillars do not overlap and provide an unnecessary thick structure like the conventional box-type rainwater storage tank, the internal space of the rainwater storage tank 100 is widened and cleaning and internal management are easy. Unlike the conventional box-type rainwater storage tank, even when the terrain is a curved section, it is easy to assemble to fit the shape of the curved section, so there is an advantage that sufficient space utilization is possible. When the upper support 200 is formed by the second support walls 220, the second pillars 230, the second beams 240, and the second slab members 250, the inside of the upper layer 200 is provided. Since space can be provided as a parking lot or a living space, it can be installed in the basement of a building to serve as a storm reservoir and a parking lot or residential space. When the shear reinforcing bars 153 and 253 are disposed inside the slab 150 and 250 and are covered by the concrete members 160 and 260 cast in the field, the slabs 150 and 250 can withstand the shear force well. .

1 is a cross-sectional view of a storm storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a partially enlarged plan view of E shown in FIG. 1.

3 is a cross-sectional view of the upper layer portion according to the embodiment of the present invention.

4 is a plan view of an upper layer part according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

5 is a perspective view of the supporting wall shown in FIG.

6 and 7 are perspective views showing another embodiment of the support wall shown in FIG.

8 is a front view and a plan view of the column shown in FIG.

9 is a front view of the beam shown in FIG. 2.

10 is a plan view and a side view of the beam shown in FIG. 9.

FIG. 11 is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of the beam shown in FIG. 9. FIG.

12 is a front view of another embodiment of the beam shown in FIG. 2.

13 is a plan view and a side view of the beam shown in FIG. 12.

FIG. 14 is a front view of the slab member shown in FIG. 2.

15 is a plan view and a sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. 14.

16 and 17 are top and bottom back views of the slab member shown in FIG. 14.

18 is an A-A line longitudinal cross-sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. 14.

19 is a B-B line longitudinal sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG. 14.

20 is a C-C line longitudinal cross-sectional view of the slab member shown in FIG.

FIG. 21 is a longitudinal cross-sectional view of the D-D line illustrated in FIGS. 1 to 4.

FIG. 22 is a partially enlarged cross-sectional view of F shown in FIG. 21.

FIG. 23 is a diagram illustrating a state of engagement of the slab member illustrated in FIG. 19.

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100 ... excellent reservoir 110 ... floor slab

120, 220 ... first and second support walls 130, 230 ... first and second pillars

140, 240 ... first and second beams 150, 250 ... first and second slab members

160, 260 ... concrete member 200 ... upper layer

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  1. A storm storage tank comprising a bottom slab, a plurality of first support walls, a plurality of first pillars, a plurality of first beams, and a plurality of first slab members;
    The bottom slab is provided with a slab reinforcement bar partially exposed upward at a position corresponding to the position of the first support wall and the first pillar,
    The plurality of first supporting walls are made of precast concrete (PC), and have a rectangular shape and are fixed on the floor slab to be a part of an outer wall, and a central groove is formed at an inner central portion to protrude an inner edge thereof. In addition, a first seating jaw is formed in the upper portion, a reinforcement groove is formed in a position corresponding to the slab reinforcement,
    The plurality of first pillars are made of precast concrete (PC), are fixed on the floor slab, are spaced apart from the inside of the outer wall formed by the first support walls, and correspond to the slab reinforcement. Reinforcement groove is formed in the position,
    The plurality of first beams are made of Precast Concrete (PC), are disposed over the upper ends of the first pillars, have horizontal reinforcement bars disposed in the longitudinal direction therein, and the horizontal reinforcement bars are exposed to the site. Connecting grooves are formed at both ends to provide space for concrete to be poured in,
    The plurality of first slab members are made of Precast Concrete (PC), are disposed adjacent to each other and disposed over the top of the first seating jaw and the first beams so as to form a first slab, and in one direction therein. A plurality of hollows are formed,
    The slab reinforcement is excellent storage tank, characterized in that fixed to the reinforcement groove by non-shrink mortar.
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  9. The method according to claim 1,
    An excellent storage tank comprising at least one annular rebar on each side and disposed at an edge portion where the first supporting walls meet, and further comprising an auxiliary supporting wall having a quadrant cross section.
  10. The method according to claim 1,
    It is a rectangular shape is fixed on the floor slab to be part of the outer wall, a rectangular center groove is formed in the inner central portion so that the inner edge is protruded, the first seating jaw is formed on the top, the corner portion where the first supporting walls meet It is disposed in, the storm storage tank further comprises an auxiliary support wall including at least one annular reinforcing bar on one side and the right inner surface of the other side.
  11. The method according to claim 1,
    A plurality of second support walls fixed on the first slab to be a part of an outer wall, and having a central groove formed at an inner central portion thereof to protrude an inner edge thereof, and having a second seating jaw formed thereon;
    A plurality of second pillars fixed on the first slab and spaced apart from the inside of the outer wall formed by the second support walls;
    A plurality of second beams disposed over the tops of the second pillars; And
    It is further provided with an upper layer including a plurality of second slab members disposed adjacent to each other over the upper end of the second mounting jaw and the second beams to form a second slab, a plurality of hollows formed in one direction therein. Excellent storage tank, characterized in that.
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  20. The method according to claim 11,
    An excellent storage tank comprising at least one annular rebar on each side and disposed at an edge portion where the second supporting walls meet, and further comprising an auxiliary supporting wall having a quadrant cross section.
  21. The method according to claim 11,
    The rectangular shape is fixed on the bottom slab to be a part of the outer wall, a rectangular central groove is formed in the inner central portion so that the inner edge protrudes, a second seating jaw is formed in the upper portion, the corner portion where the second support walls meet It is disposed in, the storm storage tank further comprises an auxiliary support wall including at least one annular reinforcing bar on one side and the right inner surface of the other side.
  22. The method according to any one of claims 11, 20 or 21,
    The inner space of the upper layer is excellent storage tank, characterized in that provided as a parking lot or a living space.
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