KR101283436B1 - Plates-welded anchor channel and manufacturing method of it - Google Patents

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KR101283436B1
KR101283436B1 KR1020110137060A KR20110137060A KR101283436B1 KR 101283436 B1 KR101283436 B1 KR 101283436B1 KR 1020110137060 A KR1020110137060 A KR 1020110137060A KR 20110137060 A KR20110137060 A KR 20110137060A KR 101283436 B1 KR101283436 B1 KR 101283436B1
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The present invention provides an anchor channel of the plate welding method and a method of manufacturing the same, which is installed when the concrete is laid during construction of the building to allow various external installations to be fixed to the concrete structure in the future. The anchor channel is composed of a stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 fixed by welding to provide a form that can be more easily produced than the prior art (Anchorage) performance and products of various specifications. In the configuration of the anchor channel of the plate welding method, the stem plate 40 of the anchor portion 30 has a lower end 42 having a length L1 in a direction perpendicular to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20. 20 is welded to the upper surface 24. The anchor head plate 50 is formed to have a predetermined length L2 and a width w2, and the upper end 44 of the stem plate 40 is perpendicular to the length L1 direction of the stem plate 40. It is welded at the lower surface (52).

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Anchor channel by plate welding method and its manufacturing method {PLATES-WELDED ANCHOR CHANNEL AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF IT}

The present invention relates to an anchor channel of a plate welding method and a manufacturing method thereof, and more particularly, a plate welding method for fixing various external installations to a concrete structure in the future when the concrete is laid when constructing a building. An anchor channel and a method for producing the same.

Anchor channel or anchor rail is used to fix the building walls and panels, fix the rails in factories and warehouses, fix the service wiring on the walls of tunnels, etc. Various kinds of installations are fixed on the wall of the building, such as fixing, and the functions for easily separating them are provided, and their applications and applications are expanding.

The anchor channel is composed of an anchor portion that is embedded into the concrete when the concrete is poured, and a channel that is embedded in the concrete so that the guide space formed to insert the external fasteners such as T bolts is exposed to the outside of the concrete. At this time, the channel is supported by the anchor portion to maintain a stable fixed state in the concrete, and then to fasten the various fasteners can be fixed to the concrete wall surface by coupling the fasteners. In general, the channel is provided in a standardized shape and size for coupling with fasteners inserted from the outside.

On the other hand, unlike the channel standardized and supplied in the anchor channel is proposed in various forms, the Republic of Korea Patent Publication No. 10-0260341 "anchor rail" is one or more anchors, anchor rails and protruding from the anchor rail In the anchor rail for construction works consisting of a lower part of the anchor to be fitted to fit the shape, one mounting portion located on the free end formed on the shank of the anchor, at least the shank of the anchor is proposed to be a tube of a predetermined length Doing.

In addition, Patent No. 10-0712233 "Integral channel embedded in the concrete structure" is a bolt that is fastened to the bracket for supporting the support; Body parts inclined so that the upper end of both sides protrude inward to prevent the bolt from being separated; And a support part formed integrally with the bottom surface of the body part to prevent the body part from being drawn out, and the technology is characterized in that it is embedded in a building structure such as a concrete slab and a wall.

In addition, Patent Publication No. 10-2010-0070297 "anchor rail" has a rail body, the rail body forms a receiving space for receiving a fastening component for fixing the fixing element to the anchor rail, The rail body is provided with a hole, in which the coupling part for fixing the anchor element to the rail body is installed. The coupling part is formed of rivets, the fixing section of the rivet inserted through the hole is extended to secure the rivet to the rail body, the rivet having a fixing means for fixing the anchor element to the rail body Is proposing.

In addition, Korean Patent Publication No. 10-0995121, "Method of manufacturing an improved recessed channel for fastening fasteners," includes a channel part in which both sides of the upper part are opened inwardly so that the T bolt is inserted and not separated; And a plurality of anchor portions integrally joined to the lower surface of the channel portion in a single line, wherein the anchor portion has a steel rod shape and has one end integrally joined to the lower portion of the channel portion. And a disk-shaped support formed integrally with the other end of the main body.

1 is a view for explaining the anchor channel according to the prior art.

Referring to Figure 1, the anchor portion of the anchor channel proposed in the prior art as shown in Figure 1 (a) anchor head (anchor head (1, 3)) by rolling forming at both ends of the stem (stem; 2) There is a technique that is formed integrally, a hole for rivet joining in the channel, and then the anchor head to be joined to the channel by forging riveted. Then, as shown in Fig. 1 (b), the anchor head is integrally formed by rolling molding at both ends of the stem, and the edge of one anchor head is rim welded to the channel, one end of the stem as shown in Fig. 1 (c). The anchor head is integrally formed by rolling molding, and the other end is stud-welded to the channel, and the integrated anchor part of the form in which the shaped steel produced by rolling molding is cut as shown in FIG. Similar to b), one end of the section steel is rim welded to the channel, and the vertical end is applied to the channel by applying the steel banded to the anchor head 1 and the stem 2 as shown in FIG. There is a technique of welding, and a technique of welding a steel band bent in a wave form as shown in Fig. 1 (f) to the channel.

The configuration of such an anchor channel is largely composed of a channel and an anchor portion. Channels are usually common because they use existing standard products, but the anchor part is divided into various types of anchor channels as described above according to the geometric features or coupling method of anchor head and stem, and anchorage performance and production of anchor channels. Very large impact on possible specifications and costs.

Therefore, the anchor channel according to the prior art needs to be improved in a new form for improving the fixing performance with the concrete structure or for efficient production. That is, in the anchor channel according to the prior art, the anchor head is formed through integral rolling molding (for example, (a), (b), (c), (d) of FIG. 1). In the case of applying the roll forming as described above, since the rolled part is formed with a gentle curvature due to the characteristics of the rolling process, the anchor head and the stem as shown in (a), (b), (c), and (d) of FIG. An inclined portion is formed at an adjacent portion of H, which is detrimental to the anchoring performance of the anchor portion. In particular, due to the characteristics of the rolling forming method, curvature (up to about 10 mm) occurs in the adjacent portion where the anchor head and the stem meet. This curvature portion is a major cause of lowering anchorage performance of the anchor channel by further raising the pressure stress acting on the concrete from the anchor portion. Especially in the case of the anchor channel of the stud type (for example, (a), (b), (c) of FIG. 1), the circumferential length of the part where the anchor head and the stem meet is relatively short. Due to the short circumference, the local acupressure stress acting on the concrete adjacent to the stem at the anchor head is further increased, and thus there is a problem in that the fixing performance is lowered.

In addition, the above-mentioned rolling molding method (particularly, Figure 1 (d)) requires a large-scale rolling equipment (multiple stage rolling molding process), the initial investment is high, and the time and cost to replace the rolling equipment for each specification It is difficult to produce a small quantity of various kinds of products because the required size of the steel is not supplied in the anchor channel.

In addition, in the case of assembling the anchor head by inserting the anchor head into the channel as shown in FIG.

In addition, in the case of (e) of FIG. 1, the anchor head has an asymmetrical geometric shape with respect to the axial direction of the stem. In this case, it has been found in various papers and experiments that the anchor head has a low anchorage capacity due to excessive acupressure and eccentric stress inside the bend. In the case of (f) of Figure 1 is a method of fixing the anchor channel in the concrete without the anchor head. Therefore, (e) and (f) of FIG. 1 have the disadvantage of having the lowest fixing performance among the existing anchor channels.

Therefore, the present invention has been proposed to solve the problems of the prior art, in providing an anchor channel that can be installed in the land when the concrete when the construction of the building to secure various external installations to the concrete structure in the future Anchor of the new type plate welding method that improves the anchorage performance in terms of structural dynamics compared to the prior art, and shows stable performance in the combination with concrete structures, and facilitates the manufacture of anchor channels of various specifications with an easy production method. It is an object to provide a channel and a method of manufacturing the same.

According to a feature of the present invention for achieving the above object, in the anchor channel to be installed when the concrete is laid during the construction of the building to secure various external installations to the concrete structure in the future, a predetermined width (W) It has a lower surface 22 and the upper surface 24, the guide space 21 is formed to be opened to the lower surface 22 so that the external fastener is movable in the longitudinal direction, the guide space 21 is made of concrete A channel 20 embedded in concrete to be exposed to the outside; An anchor portion 30 coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20 and embedded in the concrete when the concrete is poured; The anchor portion 30 has a stem plate having a lower end 42 welded to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20 to have a length L1 in a direction perpendicular to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20. 40 and the upper end 44 of the stem plate 40 is formed to have a predetermined length L2 and a width w2 so as to be perpendicular to the length L1 direction of the stem plate 40. And an anchor head plate 50 welded at 52.

In the anchor channel of the plate welding method, such as the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 is formed of a plate (plate), the width (W) of the channel 20 It can be formed to have a width (w1, w2) within the size.

The horizontal cross-sectional area A2 of the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 in the plate welding method anchor channel, which is characterized in that, is greater than 10 times larger than the horizontal cross-sectional area A1 of the stem plate 40. It can be sized.

In the anchor channel of the plate welding method, such as the stem plate 26 of the anchor portion 30 may be provided with a hole (45).

According to another feature of the present invention for achieving the above object, in the manufacturing method of the anchor channel to be buried when the concrete is laid during construction of the building in order to secure various external installations to the concrete structure in the future, a predetermined width It has a (W), has a lower surface 22 and the upper surface 24, the guide space 21 is formed to be opened to the lower surface 22 so that the external fastener is movable in the longitudinal direction, the guide space 21 A channel 20 buried in the concrete so that) is exposed to the outside of the concrete; It is coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20, each of the anchor portion 30 to be embedded into the concrete when the concrete is to be prepared so as to be integrally coupled; The preparing of the anchor portion 30 may include forming a first plate 40 'and a second plate 50' formed of a plate having predetermined lengths L1 and L2 and widths w1 and w2. Preparing; Welding the upper end 44 of the first plate 40 'to the lower surface 54 of the second plate 50' so as to be perpendicular to the length L1 direction of the first plate 40 '. And; Welding the lower end 42 of the first plate 40 ′ perpendicularly to the top surface 24 of the channel 20.

The method of manufacturing the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention may further include forming a hole 45 in the first plate 40 'in preparing the anchor portion 30. .

According to the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention and a method for manufacturing the same, since the anchor head is formed by welding the plate, the anchor channel formed through the rolling molding is more geometrically improved than the anchor channel according to the prior art. It has the advantage of being able to cope with small quantity and many kinds of products by being able to easily produce products of various specifications while showing the anchoring performance. In particular, when the stem plate having holes is applied to the anchor channel, the local pressure stress acting on the concrete from the anchor head is further lowered, thereby further improving the anchoring performance of the anchor channel. Therefore, the plate welded anchor channel can have the best effect in terms of anchoring performance in recent construction trends to connect more and more heavy and important facilities to concrete structures, but to improve safety. In addition, the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention can easily implement the production of stable welding quality and excellent performance and high production efficiency by the recent very advanced welding control technology and production automation technology.

1 is a view for explaining an anchor channel according to the prior art;
2 is a view showing the anchor channel of the plate welding method in the cross-sectional direction and the longitudinal direction according to the present invention;
3 is a view showing a cross section of the stem plate and the anchor head plate of the anchor portion in the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention;
4 is a view for explaining the structural dynamic characteristics of the anchor head of the anchor channel of the plate welding method and the anchor channel according to the prior art according to the present invention;
5 is a view for explaining the structural dynamics of the channel connecting portion of the anchor channel of the plate welding method and the anchor channel according to the prior art according to the present invention;
6 is a view for explaining the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to an embodiment of the present invention;
7 is a view for explaining a method of manufacturing a plate welding anchor channel according to an embodiment of the present invention;
8 is a view showing a cross-sectional area of the stem plate and the anchor head plate having an anchor hole in the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 1 is a diagram illustrating a conventional technique used as an anchor channel.

1, the characteristics of the anchor channel configuration according to the prior art are as follows.

The conventional anchor channel as shown in FIG. 1 (a) consists of an upper anchor head 1, a stem 2 of circular cross section, a lower anchor head 3 and a channel 4, the upper anchor head 1 The stem 2 and the lower anchor head 3 are integrally rolled and the lower anchor head 3 is formed in the guide space 21 through the channel 4.

The conventional anchor channel as shown in FIG. 1 (b) consists of an upper anchor head 1, a stem 2 of circular cross section, a lower anchor head 3 and a channel 4, and an upper anchor head 1. The stem 2 and the lower anchor head 3 are integrally rolled and the lower anchor head 3 is circumferentially welded to the upper surface 24 of the channel 4.

The conventional anchor channel as shown in Fig. 1 (c) is composed of an upper anchor head 1, a stem 2 of circular cross section and a channel 4, and the upper anchor head 1 and stem 2 are integral. The stem 2 is joined to the upper surface 24 of the channel 4 by a shear welding method.

The conventional anchor channel as shown in FIG. 1 (d) consists of an upper anchor head 1, a stem 2 of rectangular cross section, a lower anchor head 3 and a channel 4, and an upper anchor head 1. The stem 2 and the lower anchor head 3 are integrally rolled and the lower anchor head 3 is circumferentially welded to the upper surface 24 of the channel 4.

The conventional anchor channel as shown in FIG. 1 (e) consists of an upper asymmetric anchor head 1, a stem 2 of rectangular cross section and a channel 4, the upper anchor head 1, the stem 2. Is integrally bent and the stem 2 is coupled to the top surface 24 of the channel 4.

Conventional anchor channels, such as FIG. 1 (f), consist of a stem 2 and a channel 4 of bending rectangular cross section, the stem 2 being the top surface 24 of the channel 4. Is coupled to.

2 is a view showing the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention in the cross-sectional direction and the longitudinal direction.

The anchor channel of the plate welding method as shown in FIG. 2 is composed of an anchor head plate 50 having an upper anchor head 1 function, a stem plate 40 having a stem 2 function, and a channel 20. The stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 are each welded together as separate members and the stem plate 40 is welded to the top surface 24 of the channel 20.

Referring to FIG. 2, the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to the present invention includes a channel 20 and an anchor portion 30 in the same way as a general anchor channel, and installs a landfill when placing concrete during construction of a building. In the future, various external installations can be fixed to the concrete structure.

In this case, the channel 20 has a predetermined width W, has a lower surface 22 and an upper surface 24, and the guide space 21 is opened to the lower surface 22 to allow the external fastener to be movable in the longitudinal direction. It is formed, it is embedded in the concrete so that the guide space 21 is exposed to the outside of the concrete. The channel 20 is formed such that the guide space 21 is formed so that an external fastener such as a T bolt is inserted, and the shape and size are standardized for coupling with the fastener inserted from the outside. In addition, the anchor portion 30 is coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20, and is embedded into the concrete when the concrete is poured.

Anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to the present invention consists of a stem plate 40 and an anchor head plate 50 and a channel 20 fixedly coupled by welding, further improved anchorage performance compared to the prior art. And it is characterized in that it is a form that can easily produce products of various specifications.

At this time, the stem plate 40 of the anchor portion 30 has a lower end 42 on the upper surface 24 of the channel 20 to have a length L1 in a direction perpendicular to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20. Welded together. The anchor head plate 50 is formed to have a predetermined length L2 and a width w2, and the upper end 44 of the stem plate 40 is perpendicular to the length L1 direction of the stem plate 40. It is welded at the lower surface (52).

As described above, the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 according to the present invention cut a plate material which is generally provided in various ways, unlike the conventional roll forming, and welds the channel. 20, the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 is fixed to enhance the stability of the concrete structure and the fixture connected to the anchor channel due to the improved anchoring performance (anchorage) than conventional anchor channels, Due to the shape that can easily produce the product of the standard, it is possible to provide anchor channels of various sizes and shapes as needed without using a large-scale equipment for rolling molding, it can be easily applied to the production of small quantities of various types.

3 is a view showing a cross section of the stem plate and the anchor head plate of the anchor portion in the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention.

As shown in Figure 3, the plate welded anchor channel 10 according to the present invention is preferably 10 times the horizontal cross-sectional area (A2) of the anchor head plate 50 than the horizontal cross-sectional area (A1) of the stem plate 40 It should have a larger size.

More specifically, it illustrates a square plate structure to explain the features of the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to the present invention. This rectangular plate structure preferably allows the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 to have the same width w1, w2. At this time, the horizontal cross-sectional area (A2) of the anchor head plate 50 is formed to have a size 10 times or more than the horizontal cross-sectional area (A1) of the stem plate 40, to ensure sufficient anchoring performance (Anchorage) performance. . Restrictions on the cross-sectional area of the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 40 are described by Abdel-Salam Mokhtar, Amin Ghali and Walter Dilger et al. In ACI Journal (TECHNICAL PAPER) Title no. 82-60 “Stud Shear Reinforcement for Flat Concreate Plates” suggests a proportional relationship between the cross-sectional area suggested by the anchor head and the stem to be the most suitable for the present invention.

According to the recent research results, it was confirmed through experiments that the lower the pressure stress acting on the inside of the anchor head, in particular, the circumference of the stem in contact with the anchor head, the better the fixing effect.

Figure 4 is a view for explaining the contrast between the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention and the upper anchor head 1 and the stem (2) of the anchor channel according to the prior art, Figure 4 (a) is Figure 1 Fig. 4 (b) is a view for explaining the acupressure stress for the anchor channel of the prior art, which is formed by anchoring the upper anchor head 1 and the stem 2 by bending a single plate as shown in (e). Figure 1 illustrates the acupressure stress for the anchor channel of the prior art constituting the anchor portion having an upper anchor head (1) formed through rolling forming as shown in (a), (b), (c), (d) of FIG. Figure 4 (c) is a view for explaining the acupressure stress for the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention, Figure 4 (d) is Figure 1 (a), (b), As shown in (c), the anchor part 30 having the upper anchor head 1 having a stud shape formed through rolling is conventional. Figure 4 is a view for explaining the geometrical comparison of the pressure stress on the anchor channel of the tassel, Figure 4 (e) is the size of the pressure stress for the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the invention Figure 4 (d) It is a figure for demonstrating and comparing geometrically.

Referring to FIG. 4, the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to the present invention provides more improved anchoring performance than the anchor channel according to the related art as shown in FIG. 1. And so far, it is known that the anchoring performance is inversely proportional to the amount of acupressure stress acting on the concrete at the anchor head.

As shown in (a), (b), and (c) of FIG. 4, even though the same tensile force (P) is applied to the stem according to the geometric shape of the anchor head, the acupressure stress (σ) acting on the concrete is different from each other (σ). 1 > σ 2 > σ 3 ).

Figure 4 (a) corresponds to the prior art of Figure 1 (e) or (f), Figure 4 (b) is a prior art of Figure 1 (a), (b), (c), (d) Corresponding to the present invention, the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to the present invention corresponds to (c) of FIG. 4 and has been described by comparing a geometrical structure having the smallest acupressure stress acting on concrete.

In addition, as shown in (d) and (e) of FIG. 4, the difference in acupressure stress acting on the concrete can be mathematically explained by a calculation formula.

In the case of Fig. 4D, the case where the inclination? When this value is compared with the earth pressure R = P in Fig. 4E, the earth pressure difference of about 15% or more occurs.

In addition, as shown in (d) and (e) of FIG. 4, the magnitude of the acupressure stress acting on the concrete is inversely proportional to the circumferential length of the stem. In the case of Fig. 4D, the circumferential length of the stem is obtained by exemplifying the case where D = 1 cm, and L = π × 1 = 3.14 cm. However, the circumferential length of the (e) of Figure 4. L = 2 × B adjusts the thickness (t) while maintaining the same cross-sectional area (A = π × 1 2/ 4) and (d) of Figure 4 the width (B) Since the circumference length (L = 2 × B) can be made much larger than in the case of FIG. Therefore, the bearing pressure acting on concrete can be reduced.

Since the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the present invention corresponds to (e) of FIG. 4, compared to the case of the anchor channel of FIG. 1 according to the related art, the acupressure stress σ is the smallest due to the geometrical feature. This can be seen from the description. Therefore, it is possible to understand more improved anchoring performance compared to the conventional anchor channel.

5 is a view for explaining the structural dynamic characteristics of the channel connecting portion of the anchor channel of the plate welding method and the anchor channel according to the prior art according to the present invention.

Referring to Figure 5, the plate welded anchor channel 10 according to the present invention is more improved anchoring because the occurrence of deformation of the anchor portion 30 is coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel significantly compared to the conventional anchor channel (Anchorage) Provides performance.

FIG. 5A is a diagram showing that deformation such as a dotted line occurs on the upper surface 24 of the channel 4 due to the tensile force acting on the stem 2. Such a case corresponds to (a), (b), and (c) of FIG. 1 showing the anchor channel of the prior art.

5B is a diagram showing that deformation such as a dotted line occurs in the anchor head 3 due to a tension force acting on the stem 2. This case corresponds to Fig. 1 (d) showing the anchor channel of the prior art.

Figure 5 (c) shows a portion of the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, since the stem plate 40 and the channel 20 is coupled by direct welding method of Figure 5 It is a figure shown for comparison with the generation | occurrence | production of deformation like the dotted line of (a), (b).

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 6 and 8, and like reference numerals denote like elements for performing the same functions in FIGS. 2 to 6. Meanwhile, in the drawings, detailed descriptions of technologies easily applied by those skilled in the art will be omitted. In the drawings, there is also a portion where the size ratios between the elements are represented somewhat differently or the sizes between the parts that are coupled to each other are expressed differently. However, differences in the representations of these drawings are not intended to limit the scope of the present invention. And therefore, a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

6 is a view for explaining the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 7 is a view for explaining a manufacturing method of the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. 8 is a view showing the cross-sectional area A1 of the stem plate of the anchor portion and the cross-sectional area A2 of the anchor head plate in the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2 and 6, the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention is provided with a channel 20 and the anchor portion 30 when the concrete when the construction of the building landfill It is installed so that various external installations can be easily fixed to concrete structures in the future.

In this case, the channel 20 has a predetermined width W, has a lower surface 22 and an upper surface 24, and the guide space 21 is opened to the lower surface 22 to allow the external fastener to be movable in the longitudinal direction. It is formed, it is embedded in the concrete so that the guide space 21 is exposed to the outside of the concrete. The channel 20 is formed such that the guide space 21 is formed so that an external fastener such as a T bolt is inserted, and the shape and size are standardized for coupling with the fastener inserted from the outside.

In addition, the anchor portion 30 is coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20, and is embedded into the concrete when the concrete is poured. In the present embodiment, the anchor portion 30 includes a stem plate 40 and an anchor head plate 50. Here, the stem plate 40 is welded to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20 so that the lower end 42 has a length L1 in a direction perpendicular to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20. Anchor head plate 50 is formed to have a predetermined length (L2) and width (w2), the upper surface 44 of the stem plate 40 is perpendicular to the direction of the length (L1) of the stem plate 40 is lower ( 52).

Meanwhile, in the present embodiment, the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 are formed of a plate, and the widths w1 and w2 within the width W of the channel 20 are formed. It is formed to have. That is, in the present embodiment, the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 preferably have a flat plate having the same width while having a size slightly smaller than the width W of the channel 20. In order to improve the convenience of manufacturing. here,

In addition, the plate welding method anchor channel 10 according to the present embodiment, as described above, in order to maximize the anchoring performance (Anchorage) horizontal cross-sectional area (A2) of the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 ) Is 10 times larger than the horizontal cross-sectional area A1 of the stem plate 40.

The anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention as described above is applied to the rolling forming method in accordance with the angle of the anchor head inner surface (particularly adjacent to the stem) in accordance with the angle of the strength increase However, in the anchor channel 10 according to the present embodiment, since the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 are orthogonally coupled to each other by a flat plate, relatively low pressure strength is generated and fixing performance is improved.

In addition, the anchor channel 10 of the plate welding method according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is maximized the circumferential length of the joint portion of the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 compared to the prior art local pressure To be lowered. As is known, low local acupressure means low slip, and low deformation improves the anchoring effect. And, as is known, the maximization of the portion (circumference length) close to the stem maximizes the concrete conical fracture area. The plate welded anchor channel 10 according to the present embodiment has a wider conical fracture area, so that the anchor portion ( Even if the installation depth of 30) is smaller than the conventional, the same area or more can be secured, and thus, even when the length L1 of the anchor portion 30 is shorter than that of the conventional anchor channel, the fixing performance has an equivalent level or more.

Referring to FIG. 7, the method of manufacturing the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is characterized in that the channel 20 and the anchor portion 30 are integrally coupled by welding. It is done. At this time, the anchor portion 30 is composed of a stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50, the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50, such as the different material strength or thickness, depending on the application Various combinations can be welded together. In addition, the coupling order of the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 may be selectively made according to needs of the operator. For example, depending on the operator or working conditions, the stem plate 40 may be welded to the channel 20 and then the anchor head plate 50 may be welded, and the anchor head plate 50 and the stem plate 40 may be welded. Next, it can be welded to the channel 20.

More specifically, the method of manufacturing the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, first, the channel 20, the first plate 40 'for the stem plate 40, the anchor head plate 50 The second plate 50 'for each of the) is prepared by performing a welding operation to ensure that they are integrally combined.

In general, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the first plate 40 'and the second plate 50' each have a different thickness and have the same material strength, but are easy even when the same thickness or different material strength is required. The advantage is that it can be applied. In the anchor channel according to the prior art, since the anchor portion is integrated by rolling molding of a single material, only one material strength can be used. In addition, in the conventional anchor channel, the anchor portion is manufactured by rolling production. That is, since only a limited number of dimensions are produced in the specification of the anchor head and stem, it is difficult to produce the optimized anchor channel of various specifications required in the field.

At this time, since the normal channel 20 is provided in a standard size and shape, the channel 20 is formed to meet the general standard. The first and second plates 40 'and 50' for the stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 are prepared based on the width W of the channel 20. do. That is, the first plate 40 'and the second plate 50' are formed of plates having predetermined lengths L1 and L2 and widths w1 and w2. Then, the upper end 44 of the first plate 40 'is welded to the lower surface 54 of the second plate 50' to be perpendicular to the length L1 direction of the first plate 40 ', and the channel The lower end 42 of the first plate 40 ′ is welded perpendicular to the upper surface 24 of the 20.

Meanwhile, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the hole 45 may be additionally formed in the first plate 40 ′ in the preparing of the anchor portion 30. Under the condition that the cross-sectional area A1 and the thickness 't' are the same, the circumferential length L = 2B at the cross-sectional area A1 of the stem plate 40 in FIG. 8 is longer than the circumferential length in FIG. 3. Therefore, when there is a hole 45 in the stem plate 40 as shown in Figure 8, there is an effect that the acupressure stress is reduced and the fixing performance is improved. In addition, since the acupressure stress is lowered, the possibility of breaking at the welded portion of the anchor portion is lowered, thereby simultaneously improving the safety of the welded portion of the anchor channel.

As described above, the anchor channel of the plate welding method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in accordance with the above description and drawings, but this is only described for example and various within the scope without departing from the technical spirit of the present invention. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that variations and modifications are possible.

10: anchor channel (plate welding method)
20: channel 21: guide space
22: (channel) bottom 24: (channel) top
30: anchor 40: stem plate
40 ': first plate 42: (stem plate) bottom
44: (stem plate) top 45: hole
50: anchor head plate 50 ': second plate
52: (anchor head plate) lower surface
A1: stem plate horizontal cross section
A2: Anchor Head Plate Horizontal Cross Section
L1: stem plate length L2: anchor head plate length
t1: stem plate thickness t2: anchor head plate thickness
W: channel width w1: stem plate width
w2: anchor head plate width

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  1. In the anchor channel to be buried when concrete is installed during construction of the building to fix various external installations to the concrete structure in the future,
    It has a predetermined width (W), has a lower surface 22 and the upper surface 24, the guide space 21 is formed to be opened to the lower surface 22 so that the external fastener is movable in the longitudinal direction, the guide space A channel 20 buried in the concrete so that the 21 is exposed to the outside of the concrete;
    An anchor portion 30 coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20 and embedded in the concrete when the concrete is poured;
    The anchor portion 30 has a stem plate having a lower end 42 welded to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20 to have a length L1 in a direction perpendicular to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20. 40 and,
    It is formed to have a predetermined length (L2) and width (w2), the upper end 44 of the stem plate 40 is welded to the lower surface 52 so as to be perpendicular to the direction of the length (L1) of the stem plate 40 Anchor channel of the plate welding method characterized in that it comprises an anchor head plate (50).
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The stem plate 40 and the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 are formed of a plate and have a width w1 and w2 within a width W of the channel 20. Anchor channel of the plate welding method.
  3. 3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    The horizontal cross-sectional area A2 of the anchor head plate 50 of the anchor portion 30 has a size larger than 10 times larger than the horizontal cross-sectional area A1 of the stem plate 40. .
  4. In the method of manufacturing the anchor channel to be buried in the concrete when the construction of the building to be fixed in the future to various external installations to the concrete structure,
    It has a predetermined width (W), has a lower surface 22 and the upper surface 24, the guide space 21 is formed to be opened to the lower surface 22 so that the external fastener is movable in the longitudinal direction, the guide space A channel 20 buried in the concrete so that the 21 is exposed to the outside of the concrete;
    It is coupled to the upper surface 24 of the channel 20, each of the anchor portion 30 to be embedded into the concrete when the concrete is to be prepared so as to be integrally coupled;
    The preparing of the anchor portion 30 may include forming a first plate 40 'and a second plate 50' formed of a plate having predetermined lengths L1 and L2 and widths w1 and w2. Preparing;
    Welding the upper end 44 of the first plate 40 'to the lower surface 54 of the second plate 50' so as to be perpendicular to the length L1 direction of the first plate 40 '. And;
    And welding the lower end (42) of the first plate (40 ') perpendicularly to the upper surface (24) of the channel (20).
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein
    The method of manufacturing the anchor channel of the plate welding method further comprising the step of forming a hole (45) in the first plate (40 ') in the step of preparing the anchor portion (30).
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