KR101578680B1 - Floating type combined structure combining a plurality of floating type solar photovoltaic power generators - Google Patents

Floating type combined structure combining a plurality of floating type solar photovoltaic power generators Download PDF

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KR101578680B1
KR101578680B1 KR1020130165927A KR20130165927A KR101578680B1 KR 101578680 B1 KR101578680 B1 KR 101578680B1 KR 1020130165927 A KR1020130165927 A KR 1020130165927A KR 20130165927 A KR20130165927 A KR 20130165927A KR 101578680 B1 KR101578680 B1 KR 101578680B1
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SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention is directed to a system and method for easily connecting floating bodies of a plurality of floating photovoltaic apparatuses and capable of stably maintaining the coupled state of the floating bodies with respect to waves (e.g., waves) The present invention relates to a floating coupling structure to which a plurality of floating solar photovoltaic devices are combined.
Specifically, the present invention is a floating coupling structure comprising a solar cell module and a plurality of photovoltaic devices supporting the solar cell module and including a floating body suspended on the water main body, A rail-shaped insertion groove formed in the thickness direction of the floating body; And a plurality of floating members inserted into two rail-shaped insertion grooves provided opposite to each other and provided on two floating bodies adjacent to each other of the plurality of floating bodies, the plurality of coupling members connecting the two floating bodies To a floating coupling structure to which a photovoltaic device is coupled.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a floating coupling structure in which a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices are combined,
The present invention relates to a floating coupling structure to which a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices are combined, and which can easily combine floating bodies of a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices and generate waves (for example, The present invention relates to a floating coupling structure to which a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices are coupled so as to stably maintain the state of engagement of the floating bodies with respect to the float.
The development and use of renewable energy is actively being done in conjunction with the energy problem. Among them, solar power generation is the most attracted to solar power generation because it is easy to install and operate, and it is possible to secure relatively stable power generation power, compared to other power generation methods using other energy, and the installation and operation proportion is also relatively large.
Such photovoltaic power generation is constituted based on a solar cell that receives solar light and generates electric power by a photoelectric effect, and a converter that converts generated electric power produced by the solar battery into AC power or converts it into direct DC power.
This photovoltaic power generation is relatively easy to install and operate compared to other power generation methods, but it can be installed quickly. However, since the amount of power generated is proportional to the installation area, it is inevitable to secure a site for installation and operation to be. However, it is not easy to secure sites that meet site conditions.
In order to avoid the difficulties and to secure the development site, the method of using the wall, roof and small scale of the building is used, and it is possible to secure some site. However, this also causes a difficulty in installing and designing a solar cell structure, resulting in an increase in the unit price of power generation, and the difficulty in maintenance due to the scarcity of a small power generation facility is increased. In order to solve this problem, it is being sought to install and operate water and marine facilities such as rivers, lakes and reservoirs.
It is anticipated that water and maritime space will be used as a farm or leisure space for only a part of the space.
However, contrary to this expectation, the fact that the photovoltaic power generation facilities are actually installed and operated in the waterfront and sea areas is very low. This is because solar power generation greatly changes in the amount of generated power due to factors such as variations in the incidence of sunlight, that is, changes in incident angle, generation of shadows such as clouds, and factors such as water or dust particles in the air. However, in the case of water or sea, there are many factors that inhibit the incident light amount of solar light on the ground surface, especially solar cell is fluctuated according to the waves of water surface or sea surface, and it is very difficult to maintain optimal generation amount. Further, it is assumed that a plurality of solar cell structures include the meaning of 'water' and 'sea' such as 'sleep', 'lake', 'river', 'reservoir' ) Is also a factor that makes operation of marine photovoltaic power generation difficult.
Particularly, in the case of floating solar power generation devices floating on the water surface, an external force due to natural phenomena such as waves of the surface of the sea surface or typhoons acts on the solar power generation device as compared with the ground-mounted solar power generation device, There has been a problem that the supporting body and the float must be firmly fixed to external forces due to natural phenomena such as wave or sea waves or typhoons.
Particularly, a method for fixing a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices together at a mounting position more stably on the water surface is being sought.
To this end, a coupling structure of a plurality of floating solar power generation devices according to the related art is configured to be coupled to a plurality of floating bodies using a bracket or the like.
However, when a plurality of floating bodies are connected by a bracket or the like, the connecting means such as a bracket does not have any damping function for absorbing or canceling vibrations or external forces. Therefore, the external force such as waves or strong winds propagating along the water surface There has been a problem that the bracket is easily broken due to periodic stress applied to the bracket, and there is a problem that the connection of the coupling structure is easily released.
Further, in the case of connecting a plurality of floating bodies by using a bracket or the like, there is a difficulty in installing the bracket by fastening bolts and nuts or by performing riveting after mounting the bracket at the installation position. That is, the coupling structure of a plurality of floating solar cell devices according to the related art has a problem that the coupling operation is not easy.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide a floating solar photovoltaic device which solves the problems of the prior art.
Specifically, an object of the present invention is to provide a floating coupling structure to which a plurality of floating solar power generation devices capable of easily coupling a plurality of floating solar power generation devices are combined.
It is still another object of the present invention to provide a floating coupling structure to which a plurality of floating solar power generation devices capable of improving the coupling force between a plurality of floating solar power generation devices are combined.
It is a further object of the present invention to provide an air conditioner capable of stably maintaining the state of engagement of the floating bodies with respect to an external force such as a wave (e.g., a wave or the like) And to provide a floating coupling structure in which a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices are combined.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, there is provided a floating coupling structure in which a plurality of solar power generation devices including a solar cell module and a floating body that supports the solar cell module, A rail-shaped insertion groove formed in the thickness direction of the floating body at all sides of each of the floating bodies; And a plurality of floating members inserted into two rail-shaped insertion grooves provided opposite to each other and provided on two floating bodies adjacent to each other of the plurality of floating bodies, the plurality of coupling members connecting the two floating bodies It is possible to provide a floating coupling structure in which a solar power generating device is combined.
Preferably, the floating body is formed in a rectangular parallelepiped shape having four side surfaces.
Further, preferably, the floating body has a cross-section of a square shape.
Preferably, the rail-shaped insertion groove is formed in a thickness direction from an edge of the upper surface of the floating body to a predetermined depth, the rail-shaped insertion groove is disposed at a predetermined distance from the edge of the floating body, And a second insertion portion communicating from an outer surface of the first insertion portion to an edge of the floating body and formed to have a width smaller than the width of the first insertion portion. do.
Preferably, the coupling member includes two floating body fixing portions inserted into the rail-shaped insertion groove and having a shape corresponding to the shape of the rail-shaped insertion groove and spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance, ; And an intermediate connection part for detachably fixing the two floating body fixing parts at both ends thereof.
Preferably, the intermediate connecting portion includes: an elastic deforming portion configured to elastically deform by a predetermined range in the directions in which the two floating body fixing portions are opposed to each other and in the opposite direction to the opposing direction; And two fastening end portions provided at both ends of the elastic deforming portion and fixed through the floating body fixing portion and having a predetermined length.
Preferably, the intermediate connecting portion further includes an inner nut and an outer nut which are fastened to the fastening end portion inside and outside the floating body fixing portion in a state where the fastening end portion passes through the floating body fixing portion .
Preferably, a handle is provided on an upper portion of the floating body fixing portion.
Preferably, the rail-shaped insertion groove includes a first insertion portion spaced apart from the edge of the floating body by a predetermined distance and formed to be elongated in a widthwise direction of a predetermined length in the lateral direction, And a second insertion portion communicating with the edge of the floating body and having a width smaller than the width of the first insertion portion, wherein the coupling member is inserted into the first insertion portion and has a shape corresponding to the shape of the first insertion portion And an intermediate connection portion inserted into the second insertion portion and connected to the two floating body fixing portions and configured to elastically deform in a predetermined range.
Preferably, the width of the first inserting portion is larger than the thickness of the floating body fixing portion.
Preferably, the coupling member is inserted into the rail-shaped insertion groove in a state where compression elastic restoring force is applied to the intermediate connection portion.
Preferably, the floating body includes at least one positioning projection projecting hemispherically on each side, and at least one positioning groove having a shape and size corresponding to the positioning projection .
Preferably, the floating body includes the positioning projections on both sides of the rail-shaped insertion groove at the upper portion of one side, and the positioning projection is provided at both sides of the rail- Like insertion grooves are formed on both sides of the rail-shaped insertion groove at the upper part of the other side of the opposite side of the one side surface, and the positioning grooves are provided at both sides of the rail- And a crystal projection is provided.
Preferably, the floating coupling structure is coupled with a wire surrounding the entire side surface of the floating coupling structure.
Preferably, a wire groove, in which a certain portion of the wire is accommodated, is provided along the longitudinal direction of the floating body, on all sides of each of the plurality of floating bodies.
According to the above-mentioned problem solving means, the present invention can easily combine a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices. That is, according to the present invention, it is possible to easily combine a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices, thereby shortening the joining time, thereby significantly improving the convenience of the operator.
Further, the present invention can improve the bonding force between a plurality of floating solar power generation devices.
Further, the present invention can stably maintain the state of engagement of the floating bodies with respect to external forces such as waves (e.g., waves, etc.) or strong winds propagating to the water surface, and can provide maintenance cost.
1 is a schematic perspective view of a floating coupling structure according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a schematic perspective view of a coupled state of a floating body according to an embodiment of the present invention.
3 is a schematic perspective view of a floating body and a coupling member according to an embodiment of the present invention.
4A and 4B are schematic longitudinal sectional views of an operation state of a floating body according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5 is a schematic exploded perspective view of a coupling member according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings so that those skilled in the art can easily carry out the present invention. It should be noted that the drawings denoted by the same reference numerals in the drawings denote the same reference numerals whenever possible, in other drawings. In the following description of the present invention, a detailed description of known functions and configurations incorporated herein will be omitted when it may make the subject matter of the present invention rather unclear. And certain features shown in the drawings are to be enlarged or reduced or simplified for ease of explanation, and the drawings and their components are not necessarily drawn to scale. However, those skilled in the art will readily understand these details.
1 is a schematic perspective view of a floating coupling structure 2000 according to an embodiment of the present invention.
1 and 2, a floating coupling structure according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a plurality of floating solar power generation apparatuses 1000, and the plurality of floating solar power generation apparatuses 1000 Are connected as one coupling structure 2000 with their side surfaces being in contact with each other.
A solar cell 1000 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a floating body 200 floating on a water surface or a water surface, a fixing member 300 supporting the solar cell module 100, And a coupling member for fixedly coupling the floating body 200 and the fixing member 300.
The floating body 200 includes a hollow space 200a for increasing buoyancy therein. That is, the floating body 200 has a hollow space between the upper surface and the lower surface.
The floating body 200 is formed of a rectangular parallelepiped.
Preferably, a floating member composed of a foaming agent such as styrofoam may be filled in the hollow space 200a.
The fixing member 300 is configured to support the solar cell module 100 at the upper portion and be fixed to the floating body 200 at the lower portion.
The plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices 1000 are connected to each other through the side surfaces of the respective floating bodies 200. Specifically, the plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices 1000 each have side surfaces of the respective floating bodies 200, and the coupling members 500 are formed on the side surfaces of the floating bodies 200, Are coupled to each other to couple the floating bodies 200 that are in contact with each other (i.e., adjacent to each other).
1, the floating coupling structure 2000 may be further coupled to a wire w that surrounds the entire side surface of the floating coupling structure 2000. As shown in FIG. That is, after all the outer surfaces of the floating bodies 200 disposed in the rim region of the floating coupling structure 2000 among the plurality of floating bodies 200 are surrounded by the wires w, a tensile force is applied to the wires w So that mutual coupling force between the floating bodies 200 can be improved.
Hereinafter, a method of coupling the floating bodies 200 in the floating coupling structure 2000 according to the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 2 is a schematic perspective view of a coupled state of the floating body 200 according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is a perspective view of a floating body 200 and a coupling member 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention. And FIGS. 4A and 4B are schematic longitudinal sectional views of the floating body 200 according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2, the floating body 200 according to the present invention includes a rail-shaped insertion groove 210, and two rail-shaped insertion grooves (not shown) of two floating bodies 200, 210 form an insertion space into which a coupling member 500 to be described later can be inserted while being in contact with each other, and the coupling member 500 has a rail shape of two floating bodies 200, And inserted into the insertion space formed by the insertion grooves 210, thereby coupling the two floating bodies 200. In this way, the other plurality of floating bodies 200 are coupled to each other by the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 and the coupling member 500 which is inserted in the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 in an insertion manner, Thereby forming a floating coupling structure 2000 to which the floating bodies 200 are coupled.
The coupling member 500 will be described in more detail later in the description of FIG. 4, although it will be described below.
The floating body 200 is formed in a rectangular parallelepiped shape having four side surfaces. This is to bring the side surfaces of the plurality of floating bodies 200 into contact with each other.
The floating body 200 has a square cross section. That is, the floating body 200 has a square shape with reference to a plan view. This makes it possible to manufacture the floating body 200 in the same shape irrespective of the position of the floating body 200 in the floating coupling structure 2000 so that the manufacturing speed and productivity of the floating body 200 can be improved have.
The floating body 200 includes a rail-shaped insertion groove 210 at each of four sides and a through-hole 230 having a predetermined width passing through the floating body 200.
The rail-shaped insertion groove 210 is formed to a predetermined depth in the thickness direction of the floating body 200 on all sides of the floating body 200.
Specifically, the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 is formed in a thickness direction from a top edge of the floating body 200 to a predetermined depth, and includes a first insertion portion 211 and a second insertion portion 213 .
The first inserting portion 211 is formed to be spaced a predetermined distance from the edge of the floating body 200 toward the center of the floating body 200 and is formed long in the lateral direction with a predetermined width w1 do. The first insertion portion 211 is a portion into which the floating body fixing portion 510 of the coupling member 500 to be described later is inserted.
The second inserting portion 213 is connected to the edge of the floating body 200 from the outer side of the first inserting portion 211 and has a width w1 smaller than the width w1 of the first inserting portion 211 w2. The second insertion portion 213 is a portion into which the intermediate connection portion 520 of the coupling member 500 to be described later is inserted.
In other words, the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 has a T shape as a whole when viewed from a plane view, and when the side surfaces of adjacent floating bodies 200 are in contact with each other, The rail-shaped insertion grooves 210 are in contact with each other to form an overall shape based on the plan view. As will be described later, the coupling member 500 has an overall shape based on the plan view corresponding to the shape of the rail-shaped insertion grooves 210 contacting with each other.
The width d of the first insertion portion 211 may be greater than the thickness t of the floating body fixing portion 510. In this case, As described below, the coupling member 500 is inserted into the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 in a state in which the compression elastic restoring force is applied to the coupling member 500, and the side surfaces of the adjacent floating body 200 are connected to each other So that the insertion of the coupling member 500 into the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 is facilitated and at the same time, an inner nut (not shown) for adjusting the overall length of the coupling member 500 531 and the outer nut 533 can be rotated.
The floating body 200 includes at least one positioning projection 250 projecting in a hemispherical shape on each side and at least one positioning groove 250 having a shape and size corresponding to the positioning projection .
2 to 4B, the floating body 200 includes the positioning protrusions on both sides of the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 at the upper portion of one side surface thereof, The rail-shaped insertion groove 210 is provided at the lower portion with the positioning groove 250 on both sides of the rail-shaped insertion groove 210, and on the opposite side of the other side, And the positioning protrusions 240 are provided on both sides of the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 at a lower portion of the other side surface.
4A, the positioning protrusions 240 and the positioning grooves 250 are engaged with each other. When the plurality of the floating bodies 200 are engaged with each other, The alignment protrusions 240 and the positioning recesses 250 can be easily aligned with each other so that the engaging operation can be facilitated The coupling force concentrated on the coupling member 500 is relaxed because the coupling member 500 is constrained to the lateral (i.e., lateral) departure from the adjacent floating bodies 200 and restrains to a predetermined range with respect to the vertical direction The coupling force of the whole of the plurality of floating bodies 200 can be improved while improving the life of the coupling member 500.
4B, when the floating bodies 200 swing up and down against external forces such as waves (e.g., waves) or strong winds propagating to the water surface, due to the nature of hemispherical shape, The floating body 200 can be prevented from being detached from the floating coupling structure 2000 since the floating body 200 can be guided to the horizontal position of the floating body 200 again after vibrating up and down within a predetermined range, Can be stably maintained. As a result, breakage of the floating body 200 due to dislocation can be prevented, and the maintenance cost can be reduced.
A wire groove 260 accommodating a certain portion of the wire w is provided along the longitudinal direction of the floating body 200 on all sides of each of the plurality of floating bodies 200. This is because the external force such as a wave (for example, a wave or the like) propagating to the water surface as a groove in which the wire w surrounding the entire side surface of the floating coupling structure 2000 is accommodated The wire w can be prevented from being detached from the side surface of the floating body 200 even if it acts on the coupling structure 2000 and the coupling force of the floating coupling structure 2000 can be further improved.
The floating body 200 has a through opening 230 configured to penetrate the upper surface and the lower surface of the floating body 200. The through openings 230 are configured to have a predetermined area (i.e., a predetermined surface area). The plurality of penetrating openings 230 may be provided in the floating body 200.
The floating body 200 of the floating solar cell 1000 according to the related art is not provided with the penetrating opening 230 and can transmit the water waves transmitted along the water surface without being reduced, The floating state of the floating body 200 can not be stabilized and the entire floating body 200 covers the entire surface of the water so that there is no oxygen supply area in the water surface and water located in the lower part of the floating body 200, There is a problem that if the floating body 200 is installed in a considerably large number on the water surface, serious water pollution is caused.
However, as shown in FIG. 2, since the floating body 200 of the floating solar power generation apparatus 1000 according to the present invention has the through-hole opening, the surface wave transmitted along the water surface is reduced at the through-hole The floating state of the floating body 200 can be continuously stabilized and at the same time, even if several floating units 200 are provided on the water surface, the oxygen supply area can be secured in the water surface and water through the through openings, .
That is, due to the penetration opening 230, the present invention can reduce the wave resistance of the water surface acting as an external force on the floating body 200, thereby stabilizing the floating state of the floating body 200, It is possible to increase the exposed surface area of the water surface for exposing the water surface to the atmosphere so as to be in contact with the atmosphere, thereby preventing water contamination due to insufficient oxygen supply to the water surface.
5 is a schematic exploded perspective view of a coupling member 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5, the coupling member 500 includes two rail-shaped insertion grooves 210 which are provided in two floating bodies 200 adjacent to each other among the plurality of floating bodies 200 and are arranged to face each other, So that the two floating bodies 200 are connected to each other.
Specifically, the coupling member 500 includes two floating body fixing portions 510 spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance, an intermediate connection portion 520 connecting the two floating body fixing portions 510, . In addition, the coupling member 500 has an overall shape.
The floating body fixing portion 510 is inserted into the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 and has a shape corresponding to the shape of the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 (i.e., the first insertion portion 211). The floating body fixing portion 510 is formed of a rectangular metal block.
A handle 513 is provided on the upper portion of the floating body fixing portion 510. Therefore, the worker can more easily and safely carry out the process of inserting the floating body fixing portion 510 into the rail-shaped insertion groove 210.
A frictional force increasing portion 515 is provided on one side of the floating body fixing portion 510, which is positioned near the intermediate connecting portion (i.e., on the inner side in both surfaces). By providing the frictional force increasing portion 515 in this way, the one side surface presses the rail-shaped insertion groove, and the frictional force between the floating body fixing portion and the rail-shaped insertion groove is significantly increased due to the frictional force increasing portion. It is possible to prevent the floating body fixing portion from being detached from the rail-shaped insertion groove when an external force is applied.
Preferably, the frictional force increasing portion 515 may be formed of a rubber pad. By constituting the frictional force increasing portion with the rubber pad, it is possible to prevent the floating body fixing portion from being detached from the rail-shaped insertion groove, while at the same time, shock and impact are buffered between one side of the floating body fixing portion and the rail- It is possible to prevent the main body fixing portion and / or the rail-shaped insertion groove from being damaged from each other. The frictional force increasing portion may be fixedly attached to one side surface of the floating body, or may be inserted between one side of the floating body fixing portion and the rail-shaped insertion groove after inserting the floating body fixing portion into the rail- May be inserted.
When one side of the floating body fixing portion 510 presses the rail type insertion groove 210 in the rail type insertion groove 210 in the direction in which the two floating body fixing portions 510 are opposed to each other
The intermediate connection part 520 detachably fixes the two floating body fixing parts 510 at both ends. The intermediate connection part 520 is inserted into the second insertion part 213 of the rail-shaped insertion groove 210.
Specifically, the intermediate connection part 520 includes an elastic deformation part 521 and two fastening end parts 523 provided at both ends of the elastic deformation part 521.
The elastic deformation portion 521 is configured to be elastically deformed by a predetermined range (i.e., length) in the direction in which the two floating body fixing portions 510 are opposed to each other and in the opposite direction to the opposed direction. Preferably, the resiliently deformable portion 521 may be constituted by a tension spring.
The two fastening end portions 523 are provided at both ends of the elastic deforming portion 521, and are fixed through the floating body fixing portion 510, and are threaded by a predetermined length.
The fastening end portion 523 has an inner nut 531 fastened to the inside of the floating body fixing portion 510 based on a state in which the fastening end portion 523 penetrates the floating body fixing portion 510, And an outer nut 533 which is fastened to the outside of the floating body fixing part 510 is provided.
The inner nut 531 and the outer nut 533 are fastened to the fastening end 523 to adjust the fastening position of the inner nut 531 and the fastening position of the outer nut 533, It is possible to further adjust the distance between the plurality of floating bodies 200 and to further improve the coupling force between the plurality of floating bodies 200.
Preferably, the coupling member 500 is formed in a state in which elastic restoring force is applied to the intermediate connection portion 520 in the compressing direction (i.e., the direction in which the two floating body fixing portions 510 are opposed to each other) And can be inserted into the rail-shaped insertion groove 210. One side of the floating body fixing portion 510 is pressed into the rail-shaped insertion groove 210 in the direction in which the two floating body fixing portions 510 are opposed to each other, The coupling force between the plurality of floating bodies 200 can be further improved.
By configuring the intermediate connecting portion 520 as the elastic deforming portion 521, it is possible to prevent the floating bodies 200 from swinging up and down or from side to side with respect to external forces such as waves (e.g., waves) The influence of the external force exerted on the floating coupling structure 2000 can be considerably reduced by canceling or eliminating the external force to a predetermined range when the intermediate connection part 520 slips, It is possible to prevent the breakage from occurring and the lifetime of the intermediate connection part 520 can be improved.
As described above, the present invention can easily combine a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices. That is, according to the present invention, it is possible to easily combine a plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices, thereby shortening the joining time, thereby significantly improving the convenience of the operator.
Further, the present invention can improve the bonding force between a plurality of floating solar power generation devices.
Further, the present invention can stably maintain the state of engagement of the floating bodies with respect to external forces such as waves (e.g., waves, etc.) or strong winds propagating to the water surface, and can provide maintenance cost.
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 exemplary embodiments, . ≪ / RTI > Accordingly, such modifications are deemed to be within the scope of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention should be determined by the following claims.
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1000: Floating solar power system
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  1. A floating coupling structure comprising a solar cell module and a plurality of solar power generation devices including a floating body suspended on the water phase supporting the solar cell module,
    A rail-shaped insertion groove formed in the thickness direction of the floating body at all sides of each of the plurality of floating bodies;
    And a plurality of coupling members inserted in two rail-shaped insertion grooves provided opposite to each other and provided in two adjacent floating bodies of the plurality of floating bodies, the coupling members connecting the two floating bodies,
    The coupling member includes two floating body fixing portions inserted into the rail-shaped insertion groove, having a shape corresponding to the shape of the rail-shaped insertion groove, and facing each other with a predetermined distance therebetween; And an intermediate connection portion for detachably fixing the two floating body fixing portions at both ends,
    Wherein the intermediate connecting portion is configured to elastically deform the two floating body fixing portions by a predetermined range in the opposite direction and the opposite direction to the opposite direction; And a plurality of threaded fastening ends provided at both ends of the elastic deforming part and fixed through the floating body fixing part and having a predetermined length. Floating coupling structure.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the floating body is formed in a rectangular parallelepiped shape having four sides. ≪ RTI ID = 0.0 > 11. < / RTI >
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  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the rail-shaped insertion groove is formed in a thickness direction from an edge of an upper surface of the floating body to a predetermined depth,
    The rail type insertion groove includes a first insertion portion which is spaced apart from the edge of the floating body by a predetermined distance and which is elongated by a predetermined length in the left and right direction and a second insertion portion which is communicated from the outer side surface of the first insertion portion to the edge of the floating body And a second inserting portion formed at a width smaller than the width of the first inserting portion.
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  7. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the intermediate connection portion further includes an inner nut and an outer nut which are fastened to the fastening end portion on the inside and outside of the floating body fixing portion in a state where the fastening end portion passes through the floating body fixing portion. Floating coupling structure combined with floating solar power generation device.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the float body fixing part is provided with a handle on an upper portion thereof.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    The rail type insertion groove includes a first insertion portion which is spaced apart from the edge of the floating body by a predetermined distance and which is elongated by a predetermined length in the left and right direction and a second insertion portion which is communicated from the outer side surface of the first insertion portion to the edge of the floating body And a second inserting portion formed at a width smaller than the width of the first inserting portion,
    Wherein the coupling member includes two floating body fixing portions inserted into the first insertion portion and having a shape corresponding to the shape of the first insertion portion, and two floating body fixing portions inserted into the second insertion portion, And an intermediate connection part configured to elastically deform a predetermined range by connecting the plurality of float solar photovoltaic devices to each other.
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  12. The method according to claim 1,
    Characterized in that the floating body has at least one positioning projection projecting hemispherically on each side and at least one positioning groove having a shape and size corresponding to the positioning projection. Floating coupling structure combined with floating solar power generation device.
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