KR101345360B1 - Sweep prevention apparatus for breakwater armour unit block - Google Patents

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KR101345360B1
KR101345360B1 KR1020130096530A KR20130096530A KR101345360B1 KR 101345360 B1 KR101345360 B1 KR 101345360B1 KR 1020130096530 A KR1020130096530 A KR 1020130096530A KR 20130096530 A KR20130096530 A KR 20130096530A KR 101345360 B1 KR101345360 B1 KR 101345360B1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL SHIFTING
    • E02BHYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
    • E02B3/00Engineering works in connection with control or use of streams, rivers, coasts, or other marine sites; Sealings or joints for engineering works in general
    • E02B3/04Structures or apparatus for, or methods of, protecting banks, coasts, or harbours
    • E02B3/06Moles; Piers; Quay walls; Groynes; Breakwaters Wave dissipating walls; Quay equipment
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL SHIFTING
    • E02BHYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
    • E02B3/00Engineering works in connection with control or use of streams, rivers, coasts, or other marine sites; Sealings or joints for engineering works in general
    • E02B3/04Structures or apparatus for, or methods of, protecting banks, coasts, or harbours
    • E02B3/12Revetment of banks, dams, watercourses, or the like, e.g. the sea-floor
    • E02B3/14Preformed blocks or slabs for forming essentially continuous surfaces; Arrangements thereof
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y02A10/15Self-contained breakwaters

Abstract

The present invention includes multiple protruding arm units with a rotating hole unit, which is located in one side of a cover block and has one side exposed to the inside of a through hole unit formed in the center of the cover block and the other side exposed to the outside of the cover block so as to pass through from one side to the other side; a pressure groove unit, which is formed on the other side of other cover block in order for multiple cover blocks to be connected and which the protruding arm units of other cover blocks are inserted in; a rotating rod, which is inserted into the rotating hole unit to be rotated and has a curved part on the outer end and a manipulation groove unit on the internal end; a restriction unit, which includes a coupling groove unit formed in the pressure groove unit so that the curving unit can be inserted; and a separation preventing unit for preventing the curved part from being discharged from the coupling groove unit.

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Breakwater Cloth Block Loss Prevention Device {SWEEP PREVENTION APPARATUS FOR BREAKWATER ARMOR UNIT BLOCK}

The present invention relates to a breaker covering block loss preventing device, and more particularly, to a breakwater covering block loss preventing device which can prevent a plurality of covering blocks from being engaged by a restraint part and prevent the restraining part from being separated from the covering block. It is about.

In general, the breakwater is an outer facility for protecting a harbor facility or a ship from the waves of the sea, and there are large structures such as a sandstone (block) breakwater, an upright breakwater, a hybrid breakwater, a sofa block-type hybrid breakwater, and an inclined breakwater.

Inclined breakwater has a function of building a body by stacking sandstone or concrete blocks and consuming wave energy by breaking or foaming the wave on the slope.

In addition, breakwater or shelter is more stable as the slope is constructed more slowly, but the slope of the pier or shelter is covered with relatively large sandstones as cover stones, but the wave strength of the blue wave and the difference between tides vary depending on the terrain and location. Therefore, it is uneconomical because the demand for sandstone and cladding for constructing the structure is enormous and construction cost is high.

Therefore, various sofa blocks have been developed for the purpose of replacing cladstones because of the limited production of sandstones, especially natural stone cladstones.However, such sofa blocks are frequently lost during invasion of abnormal waves such as typhoons according to the degree of slope. There was a problem.

Such a sofa block is located in a straight line through which the perforated part and the flowing part are horizontally penetrated, so that the wave energy incident to the inside of the sofa block system is not completely couched, and does not completely block the reflected wave passing out of the system. There is a problem.

Accordingly, due to the generation of positive pressure due to the wave, the intermediate covering block between the sofa block and the covering stone is lost, so that the structure of the breakwater cannot be stably maintained.

Background art of the present invention is disclosed in Republic of Korea Patent Publication No. 10-0684297 (published February 20, 2007, the name of the invention: breakwater slope covering block).

In general breakwaters, a plurality of covering blocks are continuously installed, and there is a problem in that the covering blocks are easily lost due to the pressure due to waves because no separate device for connecting between the covering blocks is provided.

Therefore, there is a need for improvement.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide a breakwater coating block loss preventing device capable of preventing a plurality of covering blocks from being engaged by a restricting portion and preventing the restricting portion from being separated from the covering block.

The present invention is located inside one side of the covering block, one end is exposed to the inside of the through hole formed in the central portion of the covering block, the other end is protruded to the outside of the covering block, from one end to the other end A plurality of protruding arm portions through which a rotating hole portion is formed; A pressing groove portion formed at the other side of the covering block so that the plurality of covering blocks are connected, and the protruding arm portion of the other covering block inserted therein; A constraining part rotatably inserted into the rotation hole, a bent part formed at an outer end thereof, and a rotating rod having an operation groove part formed at an inner end part thereof, and a locking groove part formed at the pressing groove part to insert the bent part; And it characterized in that it comprises a departure prevention portion for preventing the bent portion is discharged from the locking groove.

In addition, the separation prevention portion of the present invention, a pair of restraining projections formed on the inlet side of the engaging groove portion, the gap is disposed to maintain; A stopper formed at an end of the rotating rod so as to be larger than a diameter of the rotating rod; A cover plate disposed at an inner end of the rotating hole and preventing the stopper from being discharged to the outside of the rotating hole; And an elastic member interposed between the step portion formed in the rotation hole and the stopper.

Breakwater coating block loss prevention device according to the present invention, since the plurality of covering blocks are connected in series so that the protruding arm portion extending from the covering block is inserted into the pressing groove of the other covering block can prevent the covering block from being separated from the breakwater There is an advantage.

In addition, the breakwater coating block loss preventing device according to the present invention, it is possible to prevent the projecting arm portion is separated from the restraint groove by the operation of the restraint portion is an advantage that can be prevented from being lost while separating the plurality of cover blocks connected to each other There is this.

In addition, the breakwater coating block loss prevention apparatus according to the present invention, it is possible to prevent the restraining portion from being separated from the covering block by the operation of the separation prevention portion, it is possible to more effectively prevent the loss of the cover block is connected to each other is separated from each other. There is an advantage to that.

1 is a perspective view showing a breaker coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a bottom perspective view showing a breaker coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 3 is a use state diagram showing the breakwater coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described an embodiment of the breakwater coating block loss prevention apparatus according to the present invention.

In this process, the thicknesses of the lines and the sizes of the components shown in the drawings may be exaggerated for clarity and convenience of explanation.

In addition, the terms described below are terms defined in consideration of the functions of the present invention, which may vary depending on the intention or custom of the user, the operator.

Therefore, definitions of these terms should be made based on the contents throughout this specification.

1 is a perspective view showing a breaker coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a bottom perspective view showing a breaker coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 3 Breakwater coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention is a state diagram used.

1 to 3, the breakwater coating block loss prevention apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, is located inside one side of the covering block 10, one end is formed in the center of the covering block 10 A plurality of protruding arm portions 30 which are exposed to the inside of the through-hole part 12, and the other end portion protrudes outward of the covering block 10, and has a rotating hole part 32 penetrating from one end portion to the other end portion thereof; It is formed on the other side of the covering block 10 so that the plurality of covering block 10 is connected, the pressing groove portion 34 is inserted into the protruding arm portion 30 of the other covering block 10, and rotates in the rotary hole 32 It is inserted into the possible, the bent portion (52a) is formed at the outer end, the rotating rod 52 is formed in the operating groove (52b) at the inner end, and the locking groove portion formed in the pressing groove portion 34 so that the bent portion (52a) is inserted The restriction portion 50 including the 54 and the bent portion 52a are discharged from the locking groove 54 And a withdrawal prevention portion 70 to.

A covering stone 3 is seated on the top surface of the breakwater foundation stone 4, and a plurality of covering blocks 10 are continuously installed on the top surface of the covering stone 3 so that the covering stone 3 and the breakwater foundation stone 4 are exposed to the waves. It is prevented from being lost.

In this embodiment, when the plurality of covering blocks 10 are continuously installed, the protruding arm portion 30 protruding from the covering block 10 is inserted into the pressing groove 34 of the other covering block 10 arranged adjacently. After the two covering blocks 10 are continuously installed, the covering blocks 10 can be prevented from being separated from each other.

The protruding arm portion 30 includes a synthetic resin material, is formed in a long panel shape in the left and right direction, and the rotating hole portion 32 is formed to penetrate from one end portion to the other end portion.

Protruding arm portion 30 is disposed in the formwork when manufacturing the covering block 10 is produced in the state inserted into the covering block 10, one end of the protruding arm portion 30 is the central portion of the covering block 10 It is disposed so as to be exposed to the through-hole portion 12 formed in the, and the other end of the protruding arm portion 30 is disposed to protrude to the outside of the covering block (10).

Therefore, the rotating hole 32 formed in the protruding arm 30 is connected to the inside of the through hole 12 and the outside of the covering block 10 so that the rotating rod 52 is inserted into the rotating hole 32. By rotating the rotating rod 52 in the through hole 12, it is possible to rotate the bent portion (52a) disposed on the outer side of the covering block (10).

A pair of protruding arm portions 30 are disposed on the covering block 10 while maintaining an angle of 90 degrees on one side, and a pair of pressing groove portions on the other side of the covering block 10 opposite to each of the protruding arm portions 30. 34) is formed.

Since the pressing groove 34 is formed to be connected to the through hole 12 of the covering block 10, after the pair of covering blocks 10 are disposed adjacent to the pressing groove 34, an operator inserts a tool into the pressing groove 34 to press the pressing groove. The rotating rod 52 can be rotated by inserting a tool into the operation groove 52b formed at the end of the rotating rod 52 disposed to face the 34.

After mounting the pair of covering blocks 10 side by side on the top surface of the covering stone 3 so that the protruding arm portion 30 of the covering block 10 is inserted into the pressing groove portion 34 of the other covering block 10, the pressing groove portion ( 34, a tool such as a screwdriver is inserted into the operating groove 52b, and the rotating rod 52 is rotated so that the bent portion 52a is inserted into the locking groove 54 of the other covering block 10, thereby rotating the rotating rod ( 52 and the locking groove 54 is engaged.

Therefore, it is possible to prevent the protruding arm portion 30 from being separated from the pressing groove portion 34 of the other covering block 10 so that the covering blocks 10 are separated from each other when a plurality of covering blocks 10 are continuously installed. Can be prevented.

The anti-separation part 70 is formed on the inlet side of the locking groove 54, the pair of restraining protrusions 72 arranged to maintain a gap, and the rotating rod 52 so as to be larger than the diameter of the rotating rod 52. A stopper 74 formed at an end of the head), a cover plate 76 provided at an inner end of the rotating hole part 32, and a stopper 74 to prevent the stopper 74 from being discharged to the outside of the rotating hole part 32, and a rotating hole part. And an elastic member 78 interposed between the stepped portion 32a and the stopper 74 formed at 32.

A step portion 32a is formed on the inner wall of the inner end of the rotating hole 32, and a cover plate 76 having a small hole is formed on the inner end of the rotating hole 32 as compared with the stopper 74. The 74 is slidably installed along the space between the step portion 32a and the cover plate 76.

Therefore, the rotating rod 52 is installed to be protruding from the rotating hole 32 by the distance between the step portion 32a and the cover plate 76, and is provided with an elastic member interposed between the step portion 32a and the stopper 74 ( The state moved toward the through hole part 12 by 78 is maintained.

In addition, since the constraining protrusion 72 is formed to be shorter than that of the locking groove 54, when an operator inserts a tool into the operation groove 52b of the rotating rod 52 and presses the rotating rod 52 to the outside of the covering block 10. As the elastic member 78 is compressed, the rotating rod 52 and the bent portion 52a protrude out of the protruding arm portion 30.

At this time, when the operator rotates the tool to turn the rotary rod 52, the bent portion 52a is inserted into the locking groove 54 through the gap between the restraining protrusion 72 and the locking groove 54.

Afterwards, when the operator releases the pressing force, the curved portion 52a is disposed between the pair of restraining protrusions 72 while sliding toward the through-hole portion 12 side of the rotating rod 52 by the restoring force of the elastic member 78, and thus the curved portion ( 52a) can be prevented from being discharged to the outside of the locking groove 54.

When the plurality of covering blocks 10 are connected to each other in the same manner as described above, the protruding arm portion 30 protruding from each covering block 10 is inserted into the pressing groove 34 of the other covering block 10 adjacent thereto. The bent portion 52a of the rotating rod 52 protruding from each protruding arm portion 30 is inserted into the engaging groove 54 and engaged with each other, and each bent portion 52a is disposed between the pair of restraint protrusions 72. Since the covering block 10 is separated from each other can be effectively prevented from being disposed in.

As a result, a plurality of covering blocks may be engaged by the restricting portion, and a breakwater covering block loss prevention apparatus capable of preventing the restricting portion from being separated from the covering block may be provided.

Reference numeral 2 is a sofa block (2) seated on the upper surface of the covering block (10).

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, is intended to cover various modifications and equivalent arrangements included within the spirit and scope of the appended claims. .

In addition, the breaker coating block loss prevention device has been described as an example, but this is merely exemplary, the loss prevention device of the present invention can be used in other products other than the breaker coating block loss prevention device.

Accordingly, the true scope of the present invention should be determined by the following claims.

2: sofa block 3: clad stone
4: breakwater foundation stone 10: covering block
12: through hole portion 30: protruding arm portion
32: rotating hole 32a: stepped portion
34: pressure groove 50: restraint
52: rotary rod 52a: bent portion
52b: operation groove 54: locking groove
70: departure prevention part 72: restraint protrusion
74: stopper 76: cover plate
78: Elastic member

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  1. Located inside one side of the covering block, one end is exposed to the inside of the through hole formed in the central portion of the covering block, the other end is protruded to the outside of the covering block, the rotating hole penetrated from one end to the other end A plurality of protruding arm portions to be formed;
    A pressing groove portion formed at the other side of the covering block so that the plurality of covering blocks are connected, and the protruding arm portion of the other covering block inserted therein;
    A constraining part rotatably inserted into the rotation hole, a bent part formed at an outer end thereof, and a rotating rod having an operation groove part formed at an inner end part thereof, and a locking groove part formed at the pressing groove part to insert the bent part; And
    Breakwater coating block loss prevention device characterized in that it comprises a departure prevention portion for preventing the bent portion is discharged from the locking groove.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the separation prevention unit,
    A pair of restraining protrusions formed at an inlet side of the catching groove part and disposed to maintain a gap;
    A stopper formed at an end of the rotating rod so as to be larger than a diameter of the rotating rod;
    A cover plate disposed at an inner end of the rotating hole and preventing the stopper from being discharged to the outside of the rotating hole; And
    Breakwater coating block loss prevention device comprising a resilient member interposed between the stepped portion formed in the rotating hole and the stopper.
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