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KR101201796B1
KR101201796B1 KR1020120059219A KR20120059219A KR101201796B1 KR 101201796 B1 KR101201796 B1 KR 101201796B1 KR 1020120059219 A KR1020120059219 A KR 1020120059219A KR 20120059219 A KR20120059219 A KR 20120059219A KR 101201796 B1 KR101201796 B1 KR 101201796B1
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The present invention relates to a rainwater storage tank, and more particularly to a prefabricated multistage rainwater storage tank formed of a lower structure, a plurality of vertical structures.
To this end, the rainwater storage tank of the present invention has a groove portion formed at the top thereof, and at least two upper bolting holes are formed in the groove portion formed therein, and at least one side of the four sides is opened, and the groove is formed at the top of the open side. An additional lower structure, a lower bolting hole is formed at a position corresponding to the position of the upper bolting hole formed in the groove portion, a portion corresponding to the open portion of the lower structure is open, the open portion of the lower portion of the groove portion The non-opened portion has a vertical structure that forms a protrusion, and has a hollow through shape, and forms two protrusions on at least two of the four surfaces except for the surface on which the through hole is formed. The protrusion of one of the two formed protrusions and the groove formed on the open side of the lower structure and Engaging with the groove portion formed in the open portion of the vertical structure, the other protrusion is coupled with the groove portion formed in the open side of the lower structure and the adjacent lower structure and the groove portion formed in the open portion of the vertical structure adjacent to the vertical structure It contains a linking structure.

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Rain-storage tank

The present invention relates to a rainwater storage tank, and more particularly to a prefabricated multistage rainwater storage tank formed of a lower structure, a plurality of vertical structures.

As the impervious pavement increases due to economic development and urbanization, the groundwater decreases due to temporary inflow into sewers or rivers, which prevents the penetration of rainwater during heavy rains. Problems have been pointed out. In addition, as the amount of rainwater penetrating the ground is depleted, the groundwater is depleted, and the inflow of the stream of rainwater is reduced, resulting in deterioration of water quality.

In other words, due to the increase in the amount of runoff due to the increase of building or the increase of the surface pavement rate, the rainwater enters the sewer or the river temporarily due to the small amount of rainwater penetration during heavy rains. The constants can be stored.

Because of these problems, in recent years, efforts have been made to restore the water retention function and the running water function by embedding rainwater reservoirs in the ground. Underground rainwater reservoirs can be constructed entirely by cast-in-place concrete, by laying box-shaped precast box culverts in parallel, or by laying slabs between them at intervals. Is representative.

In general, since the rainwater storage tank is designed and manufactured in the form of connecting a plurality of structures into one, the stability or robustness of the structure may vary according to the connection method of the structures.

The problem to be solved by the present invention is to propose a method for stably connecting the rainwater storage tank formed of a plurality of structures.

Another object of the present invention is to propose a rainwater storage tank that can be applied in various forms according to the size of the rainwater storage tank to be constructed.

To this end, the rainwater storage tank of the present invention has a groove portion formed at the top thereof, and at least two upper bolting holes are formed in the groove portion formed therein, and at least one side of the four sides is opened, and the groove is formed at the top of the open side. An additional lower structure, a lower bolting hole is formed at a position corresponding to the position of the upper bolting hole formed in the groove portion, a portion corresponding to the open portion of the lower structure is open, the open portion of the lower portion of the groove portion The non-opened portion has a vertical structure that forms a protrusion, and has a hollow through shape, and forms two protrusions on at least two of the four surfaces except for the surface on which the through hole is formed. The protrusion of one of the two formed protrusions and the groove formed on the open side of the lower structure and Engaging with the groove portion formed in the open portion of the vertical structure, the other protrusion is combined with the groove portion formed in the open side of the lower structure and the adjacent lower structure and the groove portion formed in the open portion of the vertical structure adjacent to the vertical structure It contains a linking structure.

The rainwater storage tank according to the present invention comprises a check passage formed with a ladder that can be moved into the rainwater storage tank so that the manager can smoothly manage the rainwater storage tank, and the pollutants stacked in the rainwater storage tank through the check passage. There is an advantage that can be dredged easily.

In addition, the rainwater storage tank proposed in the present invention can be shortened the time required for the construction of the rainwater storage tank by manufacturing using a vertical structure that is prepared in advance. In addition, it is possible to ensure the firmness of the rainwater storage tank by fastening the vertical structure using the groove portion or the bolt.

1 illustrates a rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 shows the shape of the lower structure constituting the rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention.
3 illustrates a shape in which the lower structure and the vertical structure, the vertical structure and the vertical structure are assembled according to an embodiment of the present invention.
4 illustrates a connection structure connecting the lower structure and the lower structure, the vertical structure and the vertical structure according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5 is a view of the rainwater storage tank constructed in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention from the top.
6 is another view of the rainwater storage tank constructed in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention seen from the top.

The foregoing and further aspects of the present invention will become more apparent through the preferred embodiments described with reference to the accompanying drawings. Hereinafter will be described in detail to enable those skilled in the art to easily understand and reproduce through this embodiment of the present invention.

1 illustrates a rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention. Hereinafter, the rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 1.

According to Figure 1 rainwater reservoir is made of at least one vertical structure (200, 300) is interposed in the upper and lower directions for height adjustment so that the lower structure 200, the upper slab 400 is seated, each structure They are each connected to each other.

The lower structure 100 corresponding to the bottom portion of the rainwater storage tank has an open top and has a rectangular pillar shape having a constant thickness.

Hereinafter, the shape of the lower structure constituting the rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 2. Figure 2 shows a lower structure constituting the rainwater storage tank according to an embodiment of the present invention.

According to FIG. 2, the lower structure is closed at the lower part, and the other side is open except for the corner portion (column) where two sides meet. In addition, as described above, the lower structure has an open shape as well. The lower structure is formed and a groove 110 for connecting with the vertical structure 200 is formed at the top of the pillar. In addition, a plurality of upper bolting holes (not shown) for fastening bolts are formed at the center of the groove 110, and a protrusion having a shape corresponding to the groove is formed at the lower center. In addition, grooves 210 and 310 are formed in the upper center of the vertical structures 200 and 300 in the same manner as the upper center of the lower structure. The height adjustment vertical structure can be installed by varying the number of vertical structures to the size of the rainwater tide tank by providing at least one laminated.

The upper slab 400 is assembled to the uppermost vertical structure of the vertical structure of the vertical structure of the shape corresponding to the groove 310 of the vertical structure 300 in the center to be seated in the upper groove 310 of the vertical structure 300 The protrusion is formed.

In the present invention, the rainwater tide tank having the above-described configuration has a groove in the upper center of the above-described lower structure in order to improve assembling and workability, and an upper bolting hole for fastening a bolt in the center of the groove is formed in the vertical direction. Is formed. The bolt is fastened to the upper bolting hole formed in the groove of the lower structure.

The vertical structure 200 is placed on the upper end of the lower structure 100, and as described above, a protrusion corresponding to the groove formed on the upper end of the lower structure is formed at the lower center of the vertical structure. In addition, the lower bolting hole of the same shape is formed in the vertical direction of the upper bolting hole formed in the upper portion of the lower structure is inserted into the upper end of the bolt. This will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 3.

3 is a view illustrating a shape in which a lower structure and a vertical structure or a vertical structure and a vertical structure are assembled according to an embodiment of the present invention. Hereinafter, the shape of the lower structure and the vertical structure or the vertical structure and the vertical structure will be described with reference to FIG. 3. In addition, for the convenience of description, a shape in which the lower structure and the vertical structure are assembled will be described. The shape in which the vertical structure and the vertical structure are assembled is also the same as the shape in which the lower structure and the vertical structure are assembled.

Referring to FIG. 3, the upper portion of the lower structure has a groove portion 110 formed therein, and the groove portion 110 has an upper bolting hole 112 through which the bolt 120 can be fastened, and an upper bolting hole 112. The lower end of the hook-shaped rebar is formed. The lower end of the bolt 120 is fastened to the upper bolting hole 112 formed in the groove 110.

The lower bolting hole 232 formed at the lower end of the vertical structure at the upper end of the bolt 120 is raised to be fastened (or inserted).

4 illustrates a connection structure connecting the lower structure and the lower structure, the vertical structure and the vertical structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. Hereinafter, the connection structure according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 4.

According to FIG. 4, the connecting structure 500 is formed of a pillar having a rectangular or square shape in cross section, and the length is related to the thickness of the pillar constituting the substructure. That is, the length of the connecting structure is preferably twice the thickness of the pillars constituting the substructure in order to connect the two substructures to each other. However, when the lower structure and the lower structure is not in close contact with each other, the length of the connection structure may also be increased by the width not contacted with each other. All surfaces of the connection structure are formed with protrusions 510 of constant depth at set intervals. Protrusions formed in the connecting structure are seated in the grooves formed in the vertical structure, the lower structure. The interior of the connecting structure maintains a through shape for the movement of rainwater. In addition, the protrusion of the connecting structure is wrapped by using a sealing member and then combined with the lower structure and the vertical structure can be improved sealing.

In this case, the sealing member may be formed of rubber.

In connection with FIG. 4, the connecting structure generally connects the substructure and the substructure, and may connect the vertical structure and the vertical structure to each other if necessary. That is, the vertical structure and the vertical structure may be connected only when necessary, not necessarily connected by the connecting structure.

5 is a view of the rainwater storage tank constructed in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention from the top. Hereinafter, the rainwater storage tank constructed according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 5.

The outline of the bar and rainwater reservoir shown in FIG. 5 uses a substructure or vertical structure that is not all open on its sides, instead of using the substructure shown in FIG. That is, the corresponding side surface of the substructure or the vertical structure located at the outer side is not opened. Of course, the lower structure or the vertical structure that is not located outside the construction of the rainwater storage tank using the lower structure or the vertical structure is formed only columns as shown in FIG.

The gap between the structure and the structure is bonded using non-contraction mortar. As such, when the non-shrink mortar is used, a gap does not occur between the structure and the structure even after a long time passes.

 Rainwater reservoirs form ladders in the vertical structure or substructure to allow managers to move into the rainwater reservoir, if necessary. That is, the manager can manage the interior of the rainwater storage tank by using a ladder formed in the vertical structure or the lower structure. 5 illustrates four ladders as an example, but is not limited thereto.

6 is another view of the rainwater storage tank constructed in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention seen from the top. Hereinafter, the rainwater storage tank constructed according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 6.

FIG. 6 uses a substructure or a vertical structure in which all sides are not open, instead of using the substructure shown in FIG. 2 such that the outline of the rainwater storage tank is completely sealed as in FIG. 5. That is, the corresponding side surface of the substructure or the vertical structure located at the outer side is not opened. However, the interior of the rainwater reservoir is spaced apart by the width of the lower structure or the vertical structure instead of the lower structure or the vertical structure in close contact with the construction unlike in FIG. As described above, when spaced apart from the lower structure or the vertical structure, the number of the lower structure or the vertical structure required for constructing the rainwater storage tank can be reduced, and the rainwater stored in the rainwater storage tank can be smoothly moved.

In addition, the connecting structure which is constructed by spaced apart from the lower structure or the vertical structure may not be separately constructed, or the length of the connecting structure may also be extended by the spaced length so as to connect the spaced apart lower structure and the lower structure, the vertical structure and the vertical structure. In other words, the construction of the lower structure or the vertical structure is spaced apart from each other to ensure the stability of the rainwater reservoir occurs, in this case, using the connection structure and the length and the above-described lower structure, lower structure, vertical structure and vertical You can connect structures.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that various changes in form and details may be made therein without departing from the scope of the present invention .

100: lower structure 200, 300: vertical structure
400: upper slab 500: connection structure
110, 210, 310: Groove 112: Upper bolting hole
232: lower bolting holes 220, 320, 420: protrusion

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A lower portion having a groove formed at an upper end thereof, and having at least two upper bolting holes formed therein, at least one side of four sides being open, and a lower structure having a groove formed at an upper end of the open side;
A lower bolting hole is formed at a position corresponding to the position of the upper bolting hole formed in the groove, and a portion corresponding to an open portion of the lower structure is opened, and an open portion of the lower portion forms a groove portion. The non-part is a vertical structure forming a protrusion;
It has an internal hollow shape, and each of the two protrusions formed on at least two of the four surfaces other than the surface in which the hole is formed, one of the two protrusions formed protrusions of the open side of the lower structure A groove formed in the groove portion and a groove portion formed in the open portion of the vertical structure, and another protrusion is formed in the groove portion formed in the open side of the lower structure adjacent to the substructure and the open portion of the vertical structure adjacent to the vertical structure. Rainwater storage tank, characterized in that it comprises a connecting structure for coupling with the formed groove.
The method of claim 1,
Rainwater storage tank, characterized in that it comprises a bolt that is fastened to the upper bolting hole and the lower bolting hole.
delete delete The rainwater storage tank according to claim 2, wherein a ladder is formed to allow the manager to move inside the rainwater storage tank.
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