KR101250535B1 - A guiderail shpaping bumper consered city fine view and safety - Google Patents

A guiderail shpaping bumper consered city fine view and safety Download PDF

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KR101250535B1
KR101250535B1 KR1020120105818A KR20120105818A KR101250535B1 KR 101250535 B1 KR101250535 B1 KR 101250535B1 KR 1020120105818 A KR1020120105818 A KR 1020120105818A KR 20120105818 A KR20120105818 A KR 20120105818A KR 101250535 B1 KR101250535 B1 KR 101250535B1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01FADDITIONAL WORK, SUCH AS EQUIPPING ROADS OR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PLATFORMS, HELICOPTER LANDING STAGES, SIGNS, SNOW FENCES, OR THE LIKE
    • E01F15/00Safety arrangements for slowing, redirecting or stopping errant vehicles, e.g. guard posts or bollards; Arrangements for reducing damage to roadside structures due to vehicular impact
    • E01F15/02Continuous barriers extending along roads or between traffic lanes
    • E01F15/04Continuous barriers extending along roads or between traffic lanes essentially made of longitudinal beams or rigid strips supported above ground at spaced points
    • E01F15/0407Metal rails
    • E01F15/0438Spacers between rails and posts, e.g. energy-absorbing means
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01FADDITIONAL WORK, SUCH AS EQUIPPING ROADS OR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PLATFORMS, HELICOPTER LANDING STAGES, SIGNS, SNOW FENCES, OR THE LIKE
    • E01F9/00Arrangement of road signs or traffic signals; Arrangements for enforcing caution
    • E01F9/60Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs
    • E01F9/604Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs specially adapted for particular signalling purposes, e.g. for indicating curves, road works or pedestrian crossings
    • E01F9/608Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs specially adapted for particular signalling purposes, e.g. for indicating curves, road works or pedestrian crossings for guiding, warning or controlling traffic, e.g. delineator posts or milestones
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01FADDITIONAL WORK, SUCH AS EQUIPPING ROADS OR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PLATFORMS, HELICOPTER LANDING STAGES, SIGNS, SNOW FENCES, OR THE LIKE
    • E01F9/00Arrangement of road signs or traffic signals; Arrangements for enforcing caution
    • E01F9/60Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs
    • E01F9/604Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs specially adapted for particular signalling purposes, e.g. for indicating curves, road works or pedestrian crossings
    • E01F9/615Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs specially adapted for particular signalling purposes, e.g. for indicating curves, road works or pedestrian crossings illuminated
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E01CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, RAILWAYS, OR BRIDGES
    • E01FADDITIONAL WORK, SUCH AS EQUIPPING ROADS OR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PLATFORMS, HELICOPTER LANDING STAGES, SIGNS, SNOW FENCES, OR THE LIKE
    • E01F9/00Arrangement of road signs or traffic signals; Arrangements for enforcing caution
    • E01F9/60Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs
    • E01F9/604Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs specially adapted for particular signalling purposes, e.g. for indicating curves, road works or pedestrian crossings
    • E01F9/619Upright bodies, e.g. marker posts or bollards; Supports for road signs specially adapted for particular signalling purposes, e.g. for indicating curves, road works or pedestrian crossings with reflectors; with means for keeping reflectors clean

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PURPOSE: A bumper type guide rail apparatus for a beautiful urban landscape and safety is provided to add synthetic resin for cushioning to a guide rail, thereby protecting a vehicle and the guide rail from a vehicle collision. CONSTITUTION: A bumper type guide rail apparatus for a beautiful urban landscape and safety includes a first pillar(10), a second pillar(20), a guide rail(30), impact cushioning synthetic resin(40), an impact detecting sensor(50), a flare, an illumination sensor(70), and a controller. The second pillar is attached to the front surface of the first pillar, and forms an impact cushioning space. The guide rail is coupled to the second pillar. The impact cushioning synthetic resin is attached to the front surface of the guide rail, and absorbs an impact by an elastic behavior during a vehicle collision. The impact detecting sensor is installed on the front surface of the guide rail. The flare is installed inside the first pillar. When the impact above reference is detected, the flare is ignited at a certain height in order to inform peripheral vehicles of an accident vehicle. The illumination sensor senses and outputs a light amount signal in order to launch the flare only at night time. The controller is electrically connected to the impact detecting sensor, the illumination sensor, and the flare. When the impact above the reference is detected at night time, the controller outputs a control signal in order to launch the flare.

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A Guiderail Shpaping Bumper Consered City Fine View and Safety}

The present invention relates to a bumper-type guide rail device in consideration of aesthetics and safety, and in particular, each of the second support for shock-absorbing coupled to the first support, each of the guide rails are installed on the second support, the guide By additionally installing a shock-absorbing synthetic resin on the front of the rail to more effectively mitigate the impact of the vehicle, by adding a means for displaying the impact when the shock is applied to the guide rail to prevent secondary accidents in advance The present invention relates to a bumper-type guide rail device considering safety of city and safety.

In general, a vehicle is a vehicle, and its purpose is to provide convenience for the user. For this purpose, automobiles are not only a means of transportation but they are becoming an integral part of not only their own life but also social life. With this social trend, the number of car owners has increased steadily, and our case has already exceeded 10 million.

However, in terms of the number of cars owned, Korea has already entered the ranks of developed countries, but in terms of population, car accidents have the world's number one disgrace. In particular, accidents caused by a central line invasion on roads without a median divider are often developed into large-scale accidents involving deaths.

On the other hand, the median divider is installed to prevent collision accidents with other directions on roads with more than four lanes, such as highways or local roads, and is mainly installed in the center of the road and traveling in different directions in both lanes. It is to prevent the crash.

1 is a perspective view showing the structure of the center separator according to the prior art, Figure 2 is a longitudinal sectional view showing the structure of the center separator according to the prior art. As shown in Figures 1 and 2 The structure of the separator 10 is a support 12 installed at a predetermined interval in the center of the road, the guide rail 14, the support 12 and the guide rail (14) of the metal plate installed to correspond to both sides of the support 12 ( 14) a coupling member installed between the buffer member 16 of the rubber material and the guide rails 14 and the shock absorbing member 16 on both sides, which are installed between the shock absorbing member 16 and the shock absorber when the shock occurs. Is made of. At this time, the coupling member is usually made of a bolt member 30 and the nut member (32).

On the other hand, the guide rail 14 in the central separator 10 of the structure described above is the most common form is made in the form of a curved waveform up and down to further improve the strength. Reference numerals 20 and 22 are the antiglare support and the antiglare, for preventing the obstruction of view caused by the headlights of the opposite vehicle.

However, since the central separator according to the prior art of the structure as described above is made of a guide rail is simply formed in a curved wave form, the impact rate of the impact energy is very low during the collision of the vehicle, so the shock absorbing role is insignificant. There is a problem such as jeopardizing the life of the driver by the excessive impact energy generated during.

In addition, the center separator according to the prior art has a structure in which the tip of the bolt member protrudes to the outside of the nut member when the bolt member and the nut member for holding the guide rail and the buffer member fixed to the bolt member when the vehicle collides with the bolt member. Due to the problem of the protruding tip of the has a problem that causes more accidents.

In addition, since the guide rail of the center separator according to the prior art is simply formed in a curved wave form, there is a problem in that the sound insulation effect in the other direction or the function of reflecting the headlights in the direction of the road that runs down is degraded. have.

On the other hand, the guide rail of the center separator according to the prior art has a problem that the manufacturing cost is high due to the thickness of the metal plate is thick because it is made of a form simply made of a curved waveform as a structure for improving the strength.

The present invention is to solve the above problems, and is provided with each of the second support for cushioning the shock and installed on the top and bottom of the first support, and the second support is provided with each uneven guide rail In addition, the guide rail protects the vehicle and the guide rail from a collision by adding an impact-reducing synthetic resin, and also adds a flare for detecting the vehicle collision and displaying it to the outside to prevent secondary accidents with effective guide rail buffering. The purpose is to make it possible.

As a means for achieving the above object,

The present invention, the first pillar (10) made of a cylindrical or polygonal shape and buried underground or fixed to the ground; A second support 20 which is installed in contact with the first support and is formed by forming a shock-absorbing space portion; A guide rail 30 installed at the front of the second support; A shock absorbing synthetic resin (40) installed on the front of the guide rail but installed in the longitudinal direction and made of synthetic resin to alleviate the impact of the vehicle primarily; An impact sensor 50 installed on the front of the guide rail; The flare 60 is installed inside the first support and detects a shock at least a predetermined amount, and the propellant composition and the ignition drug stick are ignited to emit the light at the same time as the housing is fired to emit the light to the outside. ; An illuminance sensor 70 for sensing and outputting a light quantity signal such that the flares are emitted only at night; The control unit 80 is electrically connected to the impact sensor 50, the illumination sensor 70 and the flare 60, and outputs a control signal so that the flare is fired when a shock is detected at night or more. It is characteristic.

In addition, the guide rail 30 is characterized in that the concave portion 30a and the convex portion 30 are repeatedly formed.

In addition, the second support 20 is provided with a number corresponding to the number of guide rails, it is characterized in that each is coupled to the first support by welding.

In addition, the second support 20 is provided with a number corresponding to the number of guide rails, characterized in that each is coupled to the first support by bolt coupling.

The flare 60 also has a housing 62 having a vent hole in the cartridge container 61, the upper portion of which is sealed by the front closure 63, and on the opposite end thereof, the rear closure 64. It is sealed by, the ignition medicament stick 68 is ignited and emitted between the front closure and the rear closure is installed on the central axis, propellant composition 69 for firing the ignition medicament stick around the ignition medicament stick is installed, the propellant The lower part of the composition is characterized in that the ignition system 65 is interlocked with the control unit to ignite the ignition stick and propellant composition.

As described above, the present invention is provided with a second support for cushioning the impact, and installed on the upper and lower sides of the first support, and the second support is provided with an uneven guide rail, respectively, the impact on the guide rail By adding a synthetic resin for mitigation to protect the vehicle and the guide rail from a collision, and also to add a flare to detect the vehicle collision to be displayed to the outside, there is an effect that can prevent the second accident with an effective guide rail buffer.

1 and 2 is a configuration diagram of a conventional guide rail device.
Figure 3 is a general configuration of the guide rail device of the present invention.
Figure 4 is an enlarged view of the guide rail device of the present invention.
Figure 5 is an illustration of a flare applied to the present invention.
6 is a state in which the flare is inserted into the guide rail device of the present invention.
7 is a circuit block diagram of the present invention.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. First, in adding reference numerals to the components of each drawing, it should be noted that the same reference numerals are used as much as possible even if displayed on different drawings. In addition, in the following description of the present invention, if it is determined that a detailed description of a related known function or configuration may unnecessarily obscure the subject matter of the present invention, the detailed description thereof will be omitted.

Terms to be described later are set in consideration of functions in the present invention, which may vary depending on the intention or custom of the producer, and the definitions should be made based on the contents throughout the present specification.

Figure 3 is a general configuration of the guide rail device of the present invention.

Figure 4 is an enlarged view of the guide rail device of the present invention.

Figure 5 is an illustration of a flare applied to the present invention.

6 is a state in which the flare is inserted into the guide rail device of the present invention.

7 is a circuit block diagram of the present invention;

The component of the present invention includes a first support (10) largely embedded in the ground, a second support (20) for impact relief attached to upper and lower portions of the front and lower portions of the first support, and a guide rail coupled to the second support. 30, a shock-absorbing synthetic resin 40 attached to the front surface of the guide rail, an impact sensor 50 installed on one side of the guide rail, and a flare 60 that is operated in conjunction with the impact sensor. ), An illuminance sensor 70 installed on the upper part of the first support, a control unit 80, and a power supply means 90.

The first support 10 may be manufactured in the form of a cylindrical or polygonal cylinder, but in the embodiment of the present invention, the first support 10 may be manufactured in a rectangular parallelepiped type for bonding to the second support 20. In addition, the first support 10 is embedded in the ground and is usually fixed by concrete pouring so that it does not fall easily to external impact.

The second support 20 is formed in the shape of a cylindrical or oval cylinder with one side open, each of which is welded or bolted to the side of the first support 10, made of the cylindrical or oval cylinder for shock absorbing The space portion 20a is formed to serve to absorb shocks due to the space portion 20a during a vehicle crash.

The guide rail 30 is coupled to the front surface of the second support 20 by a bolt 31, the concave portion 30a and the convex portion 30b are repeatedly formed, and the concave portion 30a is the second support 20. It is configured to be coupled to the bolt (31). In other words, the bolt 31 does not enter the outside and is not in direct contact with the vehicle.

The impact-resistant synthetic resin 40 is installed on the front surface of the convex portion 30b of the guide rail 30, so that the impact is absorbed by the elastic action when the vehicle collides, in particular the vehicle and the guide rail (30) In case of minor contact with the car, the car is not scratched.

The impact sensor 50 is installed on the front surface of the convex portion 30b of the guide rail 30 or inside the second support 20, and when the vehicle comes to the guide rail 30, the shock is sensed.

The flare 60 is connected to the impact sensor 50, and provides an illumination in the event of an impact exceeding the standard to prevent secondary accidents caused by not following the vehicle to observe the accident vehicle. .

The flares 60 induces to secure the ambient light of the accident vehicle, and in order to achieve the above, in the present invention, when a predetermined or more shock occurs, the flares 60 may emit a flare to illuminate a predetermined time.

The flare 60 also includes a housing 62 having a vent hole in the cartridge container 61. One end of the flare 60 is sealed by the front closure 63. The opposite end of the front closure is provided with a rear closure 64, an ignition system 65 with an ignition agent, a protective cap 66 and a piston 67. In a preferred embodiment, the solidified (extruded) igniter stick 68, which may be hollow or empty, extends longitudinally (in whole or in part) through the propellant particles. The ignition stick is surrounded by propellant composition 69. Accordingly, when the ignition is started by the ignition system, the propellant composition 69 and the ignition stick 68 are ignited, and then the housing 62 is triggered by the propellant composition 69 and at the same time from the ground by the ignition stick 68. Bright light is irradiated at a certain height. Of course, it is possible to add a parachute-like structure inside the flare 60, and the configuration of the flare having the ignition system 65, the propellant composition 69 and the ignition stick stick 68 as described above is no longer a general technical configuration The description is omitted. That is, the present invention is not in the flare 60 itself, but is a concept of firing the flare 60 by the control unit according to the degree of the impact detection 50 sensor, and since it is not the invention of the flare itself, a known flare is used.
For reference, the ignition system is to output an ignition signal by inducing an electrical spark by an electrical control signal, and also consisting of a primary coil and a secondary coil, to produce an electrical spark by inducing a high voltage from the secondary coil The spark ignites the propellant composition and the ignition stick. As described above, inducing and igniting an electric spark according to a high voltage is only a very general technical idea. In addition, such an ignition system is widely used in an ammunition projectile that emits ammunition by electrical control, a firecracker projectile that fires firecrackers by electrical control, or an airbag system that inflates an airbag by electrical control.
That is, by applying an electrical signal to the ignition system by the control action of the control unit to be described later to induce an electrical spark in the ignition system, the propellant composition is ignited while the housing is launched, and at the same time the ignition stick stick is ignited from the bottom to a certain height The light is output to the outside, and the ignition system itself is a concept known as an electronic control trigger, so the description thereof is omitted.

The illuminance sensor 70 transmits data to the controller 80 by checking the current amount of light so that the flares can be ignited only in the dark night.

The control unit 80 is connected to the impact sensor 50 calculates the amount of impact generated when the vehicle collides with the guide rail 30, and controls the ignition (60) to fire by firing the flare 60 when a shock above the standard is detected. .

The power supply unit 90 transmits electrical energy to the flare 60, the controller 80, the impact sensor 50, and the illuminance sensor 70.

Looking at the assembly method of the present invention configured as described above are as follows.

First, the present invention embeds the first post 10 in the ground. The first support may be manufactured in a cylindrical or polygonal cylinder, but in the present invention, in order to maximize the bondability with the second support 20, the first support may be manufactured in a rectangular cylinder.

The first support 10 is usually embedded in the ground by concrete pouring, and in the present invention, the first pillar 10 is embedded in the ground by concrete pouring.

When the first support 10 is embedded as described above, the second support 20 is attached to the front surface of the first support. The second support 20 is cylindrical and padded to the first support 10 and then fixed by bolting.

As described above, since the second support is fastened to the first support by the bolt, the second support can be assembled with the first support very conveniently. If the second support is crushed, the bolt can be disassembled. It may be dismantled to engage the new second shore with the first shore.

When the first support 10 and the second support 20 are installed as described above, the guide rail 30 is installed, and the guide rail 30 has the concave portion 31 and the convex portion 32 continuous. The concave portion 31 and the second support 20 are secured by bolting.

Then, the convex portion 32 is attached to the impact-absorbing synthetic resin 40, it is to be attached to the convex portion by an adhesive. Of course, during the manufacture of the guide rail, it is also possible to attach a synthetic resin for shock absorption in advance.

Then, the impact sensor 50 is installed in the second support 20 or the guide rail 30, and guides the electric line to the first support 10, the power supply means 90 inside the first support (90). ) And a control unit 80, the flare 60 is operated by the control of the control unit 80.

In addition, an illuminance sensor 70 is further installed on the upper part of the first support 10 to induce the flare 60 to be operated only at dark night.

Hereinafter will be described in more detail with respect to the operation of the present invention.

Guide rail device of the present invention, the first support (10) and the second support (20), the guide rail (30), the shock absorbing synthetic resin 40, the impact sensor 50, the control unit 80 ) And flares 60 are basically configured. In the present invention, when the vehicle collides with the guide rail 30, the shock absorber is primarily absorbed by the shock absorbing synthetic resin 40, and then the second rail is relieved by the guide rail 30, and the second prop In (20), it is designed to mitigate the impact in the third car and finally to mitigate the impact caused by the collision of the vehicle in the fourth car by the first support (10).

In the present invention, when the vehicle collides with the guide rail 30, the shock absorbing synthetic resin 40 absorbs the impact of the vehicle primarily. Accordingly, in the case of a very slight contact accident, since the shock absorbing synthetic resin 40 absorbs the impact of the vehicle, the vehicle or the guide rail 30 may be safely damaged without being scratched.

When a slightly stronger impact is applied, the guide rail 30 absorbs the second shock. Since the guide rail 30 has a concave-convex shape in which the concave portion 30a and the convex portion 30b are continuous, the vehicle is guided. When colliding with the rail 30, the convex portion 30b is retracted to absorb the impact of the vehicle secondarily.

In particular, in the present invention, since the second support 20 is formed in an elliptical cylindrical shape, if the impact applied to the guide rail is greater than or equal to the predetermined height, the second support 20 is distorted, and the impact caused by the collision of the vehicle is once again. As a result, the vehicle is able to absorb the shock as much as possible, thereby reducing the impact on the inside of the vehicle, thereby reducing the impact on the occupants in the vehicle.

That is, in the related art, since the guide rail is in the form of a waveform, the vehicle cannot absorb the shock properly, so that the vehicle is often bounced off after receiving the guide rail, which causes the vehicle to collide with another vehicle without steering properly. In the present invention, since the guide rail 30 is formed in the form of irregularities, in the present invention, the convex portion 30b is retracted while being buffered secondly, and the buffer is thirdly buffered by the second support 20. The effect of the will be maximized.

In addition, the present invention is excellent in assemblability because the second support 20 is installed above and below the first support 10, and if the second support 20 of the upper or lower end is damaged while being retracted, Since only a part needs to be replaced, the disassembly is easy and the assembly of the new second support 20 is excellent.

In addition, the present invention is to ensure that the flare 60 is fired only at night when the impact is more than a predetermined time to illuminate the fire at a certain height so that the vehicle occupant can solve the accident without embarrassment, and also the vehicle ahead of the following vehicle Be aware of the situation to prevent secondary accidents.

In more detail, when the vehicle collides with the guide rail 30, the impact amount applied to the guide rail 30 by the impact sensor 50 may be measured.

If the impact amount generated while colliding the guide rail 30 is less than the reference, it is recognized that the guide rail is slightly impacted and does not take any further action.

That is, for example, when the vehicle collides with the guide rail 30 at 30 Km or less, the airbag inside the vehicle does not burst, but the light is in contact with the guide rail 30. Because there is no need to fire.

Then, if the amount of impact generated while colliding the guide rail 30 is higher than the reference, it is determined that the vehicle is no longer difficult to operate, and the flare 60 is operated to inform that there is an accident vehicle outside.

Of course, the present invention is equipped with an illumination sensor 70, so that the flare 60 in the dark night at a height up to a certain height to fall while illuminating the fire so that the following vehicle can sufficiently grasp the situation of the front car.

In addition, it is a matter of course that the flare 60 can be fired at a predetermined interval by communication with the control unit 80 mounted on the guide rails 30 around.

That is, the control unit 80 further includes a communication transmission / reception means to enable communication with a nearby control unit by wireless or wired. Accordingly, one control unit 80 is confirmed that the vehicle shock is higher than the standard, and thus flares 60 When firing the firing flare 60 of the first pillar (10) present immediately next to a certain time, in this way it can be designed to fire a predetermined number of flares 60 sequentially.

As a result, the present invention effectively minimizes the impact applied to the inside of the vehicle by effectively buffering the vehicle when it collides with the guide rail 30, and also emits flares 60 at night when more than a certain amount of impact is applied. It is possible to easily recognize the accident vehicle, so that the second accident can be sufficiently prevented.

10: first pillar
20: second pillar
30: guide rail
40: synthetic resin for shock absorption
50: shock sensor
60: flares
70: Ambient light sensor
80: control unit
90: power supply means

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  1. A first pillar 10 formed in a cylindrical or polygonal shape and buried underground or fixed to the ground;
    A second support 20 which is installed in contact with the first support and is formed by forming a shock-absorbing space portion;
    A guide rail 30 installed at the front of the second support;
    A shock absorbing synthetic resin (40) installed on the front of the guide rail but installed in the longitudinal direction and made of synthetic resin to alleviate the impact of the vehicle primarily;
    An impact sensor 50 installed on the front of the guide rail;
    The flare 60 is installed inside the first support and detects a shock at least a predetermined amount, and the propellant composition and the ignition drug stick are ignited to emit the light at the same time as the housing is fired to emit the light to the outside. ;
    An illuminance sensor 70 for sensing and outputting a light quantity signal such that the flares are emitted only at night;
    And a control unit 80 that is electrically connected to the impact sensor 50, the illuminance sensor 70, and the flare 60, and outputs a control signal such that the flare is fired when a shock is detected at night or more. Bumper-type guide rail device considering the city aesthetics and safety.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The guide rail 30,
    A bumper-type guide rail device considering safety and safety, characterized in that the concave portion 30a and the convex portion 30 are formed repeatedly.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The second pillar 20,
    The bumper-type guide rail device considering safety and city view, characterized in that provided in the number corresponding to the number of guide rails, each coupled to the first shore by a welding coupling.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The second pillar 20,
    The bumper-type guide rail device considering safety and city view, characterized in that the number is provided corresponding to the number of guide rails, each coupled to the first pillar by a bolt coupling.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The flare 60 is,
    The cartridge container 61 has a housing 62 having a vent hole, the upper portion of which is sealed by the front closure 63, and the opposite end is sealed by the rear closure 64, and the front closure and the rear An ignition medicament stick 68 that is ignited and emits light is disposed between the closing openings, and a propellant composition 69 for firing the ignition medicament stick around the ignition medicament stick is installed. And an ignition system (65) installed to ignite the propellant composition.
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