KR101187666B1 - Joint structure of beam and column and joint method of the same - Google Patents

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KR101187666B1
KR101187666B1 KR1020120041930A KR20120041930A KR101187666B1 KR 101187666 B1 KR101187666 B1 KR 101187666B1 KR 1020120041930 A KR1020120041930 A KR 1020120041930A KR 20120041930 A KR20120041930 A KR 20120041930A KR 101187666 B1 KR101187666 B1 KR 101187666B1
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    • E04B1/00Constructions in general; Structures which are not restricted either to walls, e.g. partitions, or floors or ceilings or roofs
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    • E04B1/24Structures comprising elongated load-supporting parts, e.g. columns, girders, skeletons the supporting parts consisting of metal
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04BGENERAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS; WALLS, e.g. PARTITIONS; ROOFS; FLOORS; CEILINGS; INSULATION OR OTHER PROTECTION OF BUILDINGS
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The present invention is a vertically erected pillar, horizontally disposed walk-in formwork, the upper side of the open shape, having a lower plate and a length corresponding to the length of the lower plate, as long as it is standing and fixed to both sides of the lower plate, respectively A pair of side plates, one end of which is fixedly coupled to an outer surface of the pillar, and the other end of which comprises a connection member on which one end of the beam is overlapped and a fastening means for coupling the link member and the beam to each other. Provides a joint structure between the columns and beams it contains.
Therefore, it is easy to install the beam because it is a structure that seats the beam formwork on the upper side of the connecting member, and the rigidity of the joint can be improved because the structure of the connecting member and the formwork overlaps each other while making surface contact with each other. It can improve the reliability of the whole structure.

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Joint structure of beam and column and joint method of the same}
The present invention relates to a joint structure and a joining method of a column and a beam.
In general, in the joining structure and the joining method of the pillar and beam, the joint of the pillar and the beam is a complex stress transmission mechanism is required to ensure sufficient deformation capacity and rigidity, the force transmission process is very complicated. For this reason, the joining structure of the pillar and the beam occupies a very important part in the rigidity of the whole structure, and various joining structures and joining methods have been developed.
The column-beam joining structure and the joining method of the end plate with respect to the weak axis of the Republic of Korea Patent Publication No. 2003-0045237 as the joint structure and the joining method of the pillar and beam, the horizontal beam is joined to the H-beams through the high-strength bolt and stiffener It is.
By the way, in the conventional structure of joining a beam and a beam and a method of joining, in the joining of the beam to the pillar, since the end face of the beam is in contact with the pillar, the pillar and the beam are joined to each other through a separate fastening member. The work of contacting the end face of the EBO or the series of installation work of fastening the fastening member in contact with the EBO was difficult, and even if the beam is joined through the connection member connected to the column, the end face of the connection member and the end face of the beam are There is a problem that is very vulnerable in terms of the rigidity of the joint structure because it is a structure fixed by butt welding each other.
An object of the present invention is to provide a joint structure and a method of joining a column and a beam, which is easy to install the column and the beam, and has excellent rigidity at the joint portion of the column and the beam, thereby improving the reliability of the structure. .
According to the first aspect of the present invention, the present invention is a vertically erected pillars, horizontally disposed walk-in formwork, the upper side is open shape, has a lower plate and a length corresponding to the length of the lower plate, the lower plate And a pair of side plates fixed to each of the two side parts, one end of which is fixedly coupled to the outer surface of the pillar, and the other end of the connecting member and the connecting member seated so that one end of the walkie formwork overlaps the It provides a joint structure of the column and the beam including a fastening means for coupling the beam formwork to each other.
According to the second aspect of the present invention, the present invention, in the step of vertically standing the pillar, as long as the upper side has a length corresponding to the length of the lower plate and the lower plate in an open shape and is fixed to each of the both sides of the lower plate Fixing one end of the connection member including a pair of side plates to an outer side surface of the pillar, and the gait formwork above the other end of the connection member such that the other end of the connection member and the end of the walkie formwork overlap each other. It provides a method of joining the column and the beam comprising the step of coupling the connecting member and the beam formwork with each other through the step of mounting and fastening means.
The joining structure and joining method of the pillar and beam according to the present invention provides the following effects.
First, it is easy to install the beam because it is a structure for seating the formwork for the upper side of the connecting member.
Second, it is possible to improve the rigidity of the joint portion of the connecting member and the auxiliary formwork, and further improve the reliability of the entire structure.
Third, because the connecting member and the walk-in formwork overlap each other to form a surface contact between the side, it is possible to reduce the number of reinforcing pillars to be installed, economical, and can increase the internal space utilization of the building.
1 is a perspective view showing an example of a structure built through the joining structure and the joining method of the column and the beam according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a perspective view illustrating a joint structure of the pillar and the beam of FIG. 1. FIG.
3 is a perspective view illustrating a coupling relationship between a pillar and a connection member of FIG. 2.
FIG. 4 is a perspective view illustrating the formwork for walking of FIG. 1. FIG.
5 is a perspective view showing a fastening structure of the connecting member and the support formwork through the fastening means of FIG.
6 is a side cross-sectional view illustrating a reinforcing member of the connection member of FIG. 1.
7 is a perspective view showing another embodiment of the joining structure of the pillar and the beam of FIG.
FIG. 8 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which formwork and reinforcing bars are arranged on the pillar of FIG. 7.
9 is a procedure showing a method of joining a column and a beam according to an embodiment of the present invention.
10 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which the pillar of FIG. 9 is raised and the connection member is fixed.
FIG. 11 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which a fastening means is fastened after seating the auxiliary formwork to the connecting member in FIG. 10.
FIG. 12 is a perspective view illustrating a process of seating the work dies on the connection member of FIG. 11. FIG.
FIG. 13 is a perspective view illustrating a fastening member fastened in the state shown in FIG. 12.
FIG. 14 is a perspective view illustrating a process of forming a double layer by pouring concrete after installing a deck plate on the walkie formwork of FIG. 12.
Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
First, FIG. 1 is a perspective view illustrating an example of a structure 600 constructed through a joining structure and a joining method of a pillar and a beam according to a first embodiment of the present invention. As shown, the pillar according to the embodiment of the present invention is shown. The joining structure and the joining method of the beams can be applied to a multi-storey building, for example, a parking lot, and the like. Rather, it has excellent properties in terms of rigidity.
Hereinafter, the joint structure and the joining method of the pillar and the beam according to the first embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail.
2 to 5, the joint structure of the pillar and the beam according to the first embodiment of the present invention includes a pillar 100, a beam formwork 200, a connection member 300, and a fastening means 400. ).
The pillar 100 is erected vertically in a steel frame structure, but is preferably made of H-shaped steel coupled to the vertical direction of the flange at both ends of the center web as shown in the figure, but is not limited thereto.
The walkie formwork 200 is arranged horizontally, the upper side of the lower plate 210 of a metallic material in an open shape, a pair of side plates 220 fixedly coupled to the lower plate 210, closed type And rubs 230. The lower plate 210 has a rectangular structure. The side plates 220 have a length corresponding to that of the lower plate 210 and are fixed to each other on both ends of the lower plate 210 so that an inner space 201 in which concrete is poured is formed.
On the other hand, the lower plate 210 and the side plate 220 are spaced apart in the longitudinal direction on the inner surface and formed to protrude in the inner direction, a plurality of beads 240 for improving the bonding strength with the concrete to be poured, etc. Equipped. Here, the beads 240 may be separately configured and welded to the lower plate 210 and the side plate 220 provided, and the lower plate 210 and the side plate 220 may be bent and integrated. It can also be formed.
The closed strips 230 are provided in the inner space 201 and are arranged to be spaced apart by a predetermined distance along the longitudinal direction of the lower plate 210. Here, the waste strips 230 may be applied to any of the well-known curved waste strips. Preferably, the waste strips 230 are formed on the upper sides of the side plates 220 in a 'c' shape having an open bottom. It is preferable that a part thereof is formed to be exposed. On the other hand, the gait formwork 200, in addition to the above-described structure can be applied to the 'beam structure formwork' of the Republic of Korea Patent No. 054447 and the Republic of Korea Patent No. 1009753 filed by the same application.
The connection member 300 has a shape in which the upper side is open, and has a length corresponding to the length of the lower plate 310 and the lower plate 310 and is fixed to each other at both sides of the lower plate 310, respectively. Side plates 320 of the.
Here, the connection member 300 is provided with a plurality of beads 313 inside the lower plate 310 and the side plate 320 similarly to the beads 240 of the walkie form 200. .
The connection member 300 is interposed between the pillar 100 and the walkie form 200, and serves to connect the pillar 100 and the walkie form 200, one end of the pillar ( It is fixedly coupled to the outer surface of the 100 by welding, and the other end is seated so that one end of the walk-in formwork 200 overlaps.
On the other hand, the connection member 300 further includes a reinforcing member 330 having a length corresponding to the lower plate 310 and fixedly coupled to the inside to improve the rigidity of the connection member 300. The reinforcing member 330 is preferably a H-shaped steel in which a central web is disposed in the longitudinal direction with respect to the lower plate 310, and flanges are coupled to both ends of the web, respectively.
In detail, referring to Figure 6, the reinforcing member 330, the flange of one end and the upper web portion is located in the space formed by the lower plate 310 and the side plate 320, and the flange of the other end and A portion of the lower web may protrude to be exposed to the outside of the lower plate 310 to further improve the rigidity of the connecting member 300 such as a transverse moment.
The fastening means 400, which serves to couple the connecting member 300 and the walk-through formwork 200 to each other, is fastened to a portion where the connection member 300 and the walk-through formwork 200 overlap.
Meanwhile, in this regard, the walkie formwork 200 has a plurality of through-holes 221 spaced apart from each other at one end of the side plate 320, and correspondingly, the connection member 300 has both ends of the other end. A plurality of connection holes 321 are formed in the plate 320 to correspond to the through holes 221. Thus, the fastening means 400 is a fastening bolt through which the through hole 221 and the connection hole 321 are simultaneously fastened. Here, the through holes 221 are formed to correspond to each other in both side plates 320, the connection holes 321 are also formed to correspond to each other in the side plates 320 to correspond to each other, the fastening The bolt may have a structure in which both side plates 320 and both side plates 320 are simultaneously fastened as shown by fastening bolts having a long axis.
The connection member 300, the first bent portion 322 is formed by folding the upper end of the side plates 320 inwardly protruding, the walkie form 200, the upper end of the side plate 220 is inward The second curved portion 222 is formed to be folded and protruding.
Thus, when the connection member 300 and the beam formwork 200 are seated to overlap each other, the joint structure of the pillar and the beam corresponds to the overlapping portion A (see FIG. 5) in the first bent portion 322. ) And the second bent portion 222 overlap each other. Accordingly, the joining structure of the pillar and the beam corresponds to a portion where the connecting member 300 and the walking mold 200 overlap with each other so that the first bent part 322 and the second bent part 222 do not overlap each other. Any one of the first bent portion 322 and the second bent portion 222 forms a cutout 323 along the longitudinal direction. The cutout 323 may solve the overlapping problem between the first bent part 322 and the second bent part 222, and further determine the overlapping position of the connecting member 300 and the walk-through formwork 200. The installation work can be made easier. Meanwhile, in the drawing, the cutout 323 is formed in the first bent part 322 of the connection member 300, but in one embodiment, the second bent part 222 of the walkie form 200 is shown. Of course it can be formed in.
On the other hand, the above-described pillar and beam joining structure is a case where the pillar 100 and the beam formwork 200 are connected to each other through the connecting member 300 to form a joint structure of the pillar and the beam, but unlike The pillar 100 and the connection member 300b and the beam formwork 200 may be connected to each other through a reinforcing member 332 to form a joint structure of the pillar and the beam.
7 and 8, one end of the reinforcing member 332 is fixed to the pillar 100, that is, the H-shaped steel, and the lower plate 310 and the side plate 320 are the H-shaped steel. It is fixed to the reinforcing member 332 in a state spaced apart at a predetermined interval in the horizontal direction from.
That is, the reinforcing member 332 is located between the pillar 100 and the connection member 300b, one end is coupled to the pillar 100, the other end is coupled to the connection member 300b. The pillar 100 and the connecting member 300b are coupled to each other and at the same time serve to improve the rigidity of the connecting member 300b. The above-described joint structure of the pillar 100 and the beam is preferably applied to a steel reinforced concrete (SRC) structure, but is not limited thereto.
On the other hand, in the joint structure of the pillar 100 and the beam, even if the pillar 100 and the connecting member 300b are arranged to be spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance, as shown in FIG. Since it is located in the surrounding formwork 1, it is buried at the time of concrete pouring and does not significantly affect the rigidity. Here, reference numeral 2 denotes the reinforcing bar that is placed in the formwork 1.
9 is a view showing a process of a method of joining a column and a beam according to an embodiment of the present invention, a method of joining a column and a beam according to the joining structure of the column and the beam of FIG. In addition, since each configuration below corresponds to the configuration of the joint structure of the column and the beam of FIG. 1, detailed description of the configuration will be omitted.
The method of joining the pillar and the beam includes a step S10 of vertically standing the pillar 100, a step S20 of fixing the connecting member 300 to the pillar 100, and a formwork for staying on the connecting member 300. Step (S30) and overlapping the seating 200, and the step (S40) for coupling the connection member 300 and the auxiliary formwork 200 to each other.
First, the step (S10) of vertically standing the pillar 100 is a step of setting up the plurality of pillars 100 spaced apart from each other in accordance with the architectural structure to be designed.
Fixing the connection member 300 to the pillar 100 (S20), after placing the connection member 300 in the horizontal direction on the pillar 100, one end of the connection member 300 As a step of fixing to the outer surface of the column 100, the fixing at this time is made through welding. Meanwhile, in the present embodiment, the pillars 100 are disposed to each other and then the connection member 300 is fixed to the pillars 100. However, before the pillars 100 are disposed, the pillars 100 are disposed on the pillars 100. Of course, the connecting member 300 may be fixed first, and then the pillars 100 may be erected at each position (see FIG. 10).
Step (S30) to be seated on the connecting member 300 to overlap the auxiliary formwork 200, the other end of the connecting member 300 and the one end of the auxiliary formwork 200, the connection member 300 As the step of mounting the walk-in formwork 200 above the other end of the, as shown in Figs. 11 and 12 so that the through-holes 221 and the connecting holes 321 are aligned with each other (Align) Position it and settle it down.
The step (S40) of coupling the connecting member 300 and the walking mold 200 to each other, as the step of coupling the connecting member 300 and the walking mold 200 to each other through the fastening means 400, Referring to FIG. 13, the coupling bolts 321 and the through holes 221 are simultaneously fastened to the connection holes 321 arranged in alignment with each other.
On the other hand, referring to Figure 14, in order to build a multi-layer structure, after coupling the connecting member 300 and the auxiliary formwork 300 with each other, the deck plate (Deck plate; 600) between the auxiliary formwork 300 After installing), the process of pouring and curing the concrete (1) on the deck plate 600 to form a layer. Then, if you want to create a new layer again, just repeat the above process. Here, the process of installing the deck plate 600 or the process of placing and curing concrete on the deck plate 600 corresponds to the work for manufacturing a known building, so detailed description thereof will be omitted. Here, reference numeral 500 denotes a reinforcing column for preventing the deflection of the beam.
On the other hand, in the case of the joint structure of the column and the beam as shown in Figs. 7 and 8, the method of joining the column and the beam is compared with the method of joining the joint structure of the column and the beam of Fig. 1, the pillar 100 Before coupling the connecting member 300b to the first end of the reinforcing member 332 is first coupled to the pillar 100, and then the connecting member 300b to the other end of the reinforcing member 332 Each step corresponds to each other besides making the step.
As described above, the joining structure and the joining method of the pillar and the beam, seating the beam formwork 200 to the upper side of the connecting member 300 fixedly coupled to the pillar 100, and fastened to the overlapping portion By fastening the means 400, not only can the installation work of the column 100 and the beam more easily, but also the rigidity can be further improved to improve the reliability of the building structure, and as described above, Since the junction of the 300 and the formwork 300 is excellent in rigidity, it is possible to reduce the number of reinforcement pillars 500 to be installed, economical, it is possible to increase the internal space utilization of the building.
While the present invention has been described with reference to exemplary embodiments, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, is intended to cover various modifications and equivalent arrangements included within the spirit and scope of the appended claims. Accordingly, the true scope of the present invention should be determined by the technical idea of the appended claims.
100 ... Pillar 200 ... Formwork
201.Inside space 210 ... Bottom
220 ... shroud 221 ... through-hole
230 ... waste strip 240,313 ... bead
300,300b ... Connecting element 310 ... Bottom plate
320 ... Side plate 321 ... Connecting hole
322 ... second bend 323 ... incision
330,332 Reinforcement member 400 Fastening means
500 ... Reinforcement Column

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  1. Pillars erected vertically;
    Is arranged horizontally, a lower plate having a length corresponding to the lower plate, and a pair of side plates which are respectively fixed and fixed on the upper side of both ends of the lower plate to form an interior space in which concrete is poured, the lower plate, It has a length corresponding to the side plates, and includes a plurality of beads protruding on the inner surface, and a plurality of closed strips provided in the inner space, arranged a predetermined interval along the longitudinal direction of the lower plate Universal formwork; And
    The upper side has an open shape, and has a lower plate, a length corresponding to the length of the lower plate, a pair of side plates which are respectively standing and fixed to both sides of the lower plate, and formed inside each of the pair of side plates A connecting member including a plurality of beads, one end of which is connected to the pillar, and the other end of which is seated so that one end of the auxiliary formwork overlaps; And
    It includes a fastening means for coupling the connecting member and the auxiliary formwork,
    The connecting member is formed with a first bent portion formed by protruding the upper end of the side plates,
    The walk-in formwork, the upper end of the side plate is folded to form a second curved portion protruding,
    When the connection member and the walkie form die are overlapped with each other, the first bend portion and the second bend portion correspond to a portion where the connection member and the walkie form die overlap each other so that the first bend portion and the second bend portion do not overlap each other. Any one of the joint structure of the column and the beam is formed in the cut along the longitudinal direction.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The pillar is a joint structure of the pillar and the beam is H-shaped steel coupled in the direction perpendicular to the flange on both ends of the center web.
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  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The walkie form die has a plurality of through holes spaced apart from each other at one end, the connecting member is formed with a plurality of connection holes corresponding to the through holes at the other end,
    The fastening means is a joining structure of the pillar and the beam which is a fastening bolt that is simultaneously fastened to the through-hole and the connection hole.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    The connecting member further includes a reinforcing member having a length corresponding to the lower plate and fixedly coupled to the inside thereof,
    The reinforcing member is a joining structure of a column and a beam, the center web is disposed in the longitudinal direction with respect to the lower plate, the H-shaped steel flanges are respectively coupled to both ends of the web.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    One end of the reinforcing member is a joint structure of the column and the beam fixed to the pillar.
  8. The method of claim 6,
    The pillar is H-shaped steel coupled in the direction perpendicular to the flange on both ends of the center web,
    One end of the reinforcing member is fixed to the H-shaped steel,
    The lower plate and the side plate is a joint structure of the column and the beam fixed to the reinforcing member in a state spaced apart at a predetermined interval in the horizontal direction from the H-beam.
  9. The method of claim 6,
    The reinforcing member
    One end of the web is positioned in the space formed by the lower plate and the side plate, and the other end is a joint structure of the column and the beam protruding to the outside of the lower plate.
  10. A pair of side plates, each of which is built up and fixed to the lower plate and both side portions of the lower plate in an open shape, and one end of the connection member including a plurality of beads inside each of the pair of side plates, the outer surface of the pillar. Fixing to;
    Seating said walkie formwork on top of the other end of said joining member such that the other end of said linking member and said end of said walkie formwork overlap; And
    Coupling the connecting member and the auxiliary formwork to each other through a fastening means;
    The connecting member is formed with a first bent portion formed by protruding the upper end of the side plates,
    The walk-in formwork, the upper end of the side plate is folded to form a second curved portion protruding,
    When the connection member and the walkie form die are overlapped with each other, the first bend portion and the second bend portion correspond to a portion where the connection member and the walkie form die overlap each other so that the first bend portion and the second bend portion do not overlap each other. Any one of the methods of joining the column and the beam is formed incision along the longitudinal direction.
  11. The method of claim 10,
    The step of coupling the connecting member and the walkie-by each other,
    Pillars and beams formed by simultaneously fastening the fastening bolts to the plurality of connection holes formed at the other end of the connecting member arranged to be aligned with each other and the plurality of through holes formed at one end of the beam formwork. Joining method.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    After coupling the connecting member and the auxiliary formwork to each other,
    Installing deck plates between the walkie formwork,
    Placing concrete on the deck plate further comprising the step of joining the pillars and beams.
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