KR102115984B1 - Movable red clay structure construction method - Google Patents

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KR102115984B1
KR102115984B1 KR1020180028692A KR20180028692A KR102115984B1 KR 102115984 B1 KR102115984 B1 KR 102115984B1 KR 1020180028692 A KR1020180028692 A KR 1020180028692A KR 20180028692 A KR20180028692 A KR 20180028692A KR 102115984 B1 KR102115984 B1 KR 102115984B1
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    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR OTHER BUILDING AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
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    • E04CSTRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; BUILDING MATERIALS
    • E04C1/00Building elements of block or other shape for the construction of parts of buildings
    • E04C1/39Building elements of block or other shape for the construction of parts of buildings characterised by special adaptations, e.g. serving for locating conduits, for forming soffits, cornices, or shelves, for fixing wall-plates or door-frames, for claustra
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The present invention relates to a method for constructing an ocher structure, comprising: forming a wire frame part having a shape corresponding to a desired ocher structure by combining metal wires in a mesh form; Stacking a plurality of stones on the outer side of the wire frame part to be spaced apart from each other, vertically and horizontally; Comprising a step of filling the space between the wire frame portion and the stone with ocher to form an ocher structure, wherein the wire frame portion, a base mesh frame disposed on a certain area on the floor; A vertical mesh frame formed perpendicular to the base mesh frame to support the stone to be stacked; It is characterized in that it is coupled to the vertical mesh frame and is formed to protrude a certain height to the top of the vertical mesh frame and includes a tow ring having a ring shape.

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Construction method of movable loess structure {MOVABLE RED CLAY STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION METHOD}

The present invention relates to a method for constructing an ocher structure, and more particularly, to a method for constructing an ocher structure that can be moved to produce an ocher structure such as an ocher stone wall.

Various types of walls are constructed to form the boundary of the building. For the construction of the wall, in the past, for the convenience of construction and cost reduction, the brick block was simply laid or the exterior of the block was finished with cement.

However, as the quality of life has increased, many interests and changes have been pursued in the residential environment, and attention has been focused on the form of utilizing eco-friendly natural beauty in the exterior of walls and walls. Reflecting this interest, environmentally friendly ocher walls or ocher stone walls using unsuitable natural stones have been constructed without using standardized bricks or cement.

However, such an ocher stone wall or an ocher stone wall is limited to being integrated with a structure because it is not integrally fixed to the ground once it is constructed.

An object of the present invention is to solve the above-mentioned problems, and to provide a method for constructing a movable loess structure capable of being moved and installed to different places.

In addition, another object of the present invention is to provide a method for constructing an ocher structure having a stable structure and a more convenient construction.

The above objects and various advantages of the present invention will become more apparent from preferred embodiments of the present invention by those skilled in the art.

The object of the present invention can be achieved by a method for constructing an ocher structure. The method for constructing an ocher structure of the present invention comprises: forming a wire frame part having a shape corresponding to a desired ocher structure by combining metal wires in a mesh form; Stacking a plurality of stones on the outer side of the wire frame part to be spaced apart from each other, vertically and horizontally; Comprising a step of filling the space between the wire frame portion and the stone with ocher to form an ocher structure, wherein the wire frame portion, a base mesh frame disposed on a certain area on the floor; A vertical mesh frame formed perpendicular to the base mesh frame to support the stone to be stacked; It is characterized in that it is coupled to the vertical mesh frame and is formed to protrude a certain height to the top of the vertical mesh frame and includes a tow ring having a ring shape.

According to one embodiment, the fork of the fork lane is coupled to the tow ring to lift the ocher structure from the ground.

According to an embodiment, the ocher structure may be any one of an ocher stone wall having a predetermined area and an ocher stone column having a square or circular cross section.

The method for constructing an ocher structure according to the present invention forms a mesh-shaped frame with a metal wire therein, and the ocher and stone are disposed to the left and right to construct the ocher structure. As a result, the binding binding force is improved, and a stable structure can be maintained for a long time.

In addition, the construction method of the loess structure according to the present invention can be lifted upward by a fork lane is formed so that the tow ring protrudes upward. This has the advantage of being able to move the location to the desired place unlike the conventional ocher structure fixed to the ground.

1 is a perspective view showing an example of an ocher structure according to the present invention,
Figure 2 is a perspective view showing the configuration of the wire frame part of the loess structure according to the present invention,
3 to 5 is an exemplary view showing a construction method of the loess structure of the present invention,
Figure 6 is a perspective view showing the configuration of the wire frame portion of the loess structure according to another embodiment of the present invention,
7 is an exemplary view showing a state in which the construction of the zodiacal stone wall of the loess structure of the present invention is completed.

In order to fully understand the present invention, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. The embodiments of the present invention may be modified in various forms, and the scope of the present invention should not be interpreted as being limited to the embodiments described in detail below. This embodiment is provided to more fully describe the present invention to those skilled in the art. Therefore, the shape of the elements in the drawings may be exaggerated to emphasize a clearer description. It should be noted that in each drawing, the same members may be indicated by the same reference numerals. Detailed descriptions of well-known functions and configurations that are judged to unnecessarily obscure the subject matter of the present invention are omitted.

1 is a perspective view showing an ocher stone wall 100 and an ocher stone column 200 manufactured by the ocher structure construction method according to the present invention, respectively.

As shown, the ocher structure according to the present invention may be constructed in the form of an ocher stone wall 100 or an ocher stone pillar 200 in which an amorphous stone 120 is fixed by the ocher 130. At this time, the top of the ocher stone wall 100 and ocher stone pillars 200, where the construction is completed, is formed to protrude a ring-shaped towing ring 115.

As shown in FIG. 5, the fork B of the fork lane A is fitted to the traction hook 115 to lift the ocher stone wall 100 and the ocher stone pillar 200 from the ground to move to a desired place. Accordingly, it is possible to provide the user with a loess structure that is not fixed to the ground and is movable.

2 to 5 is an exemplary view showing a process of manufacturing a loess stone wall 100 using the method of construction of the loess structure of the present invention.

As shown, the ocher stone wall 100 has a wire frame portion 110, a plurality of stone 120 disposed on both sides of the wire frame portion 110, and between the stone 120 and the wire frame portion 110 It is filled and includes an ocher 130 to fix the position of the stone 120.

2 is an exemplary view showing a wire frame part 110 of the ocher stone wall 100. As shown in the drawing, the wire frame part 110 is vertically formed to a base mesh frame 111 that is horizontally formed on the ground and a certain area vertically formed to the base mesh frame 111 to support the stacking of the stone 120. The mesh frame 113 and the vertical mesh frame 113 are coupled to protrude at a certain height and include a towing ring 115 to be pulled to the fork lane A.

The base mesh frame 111 is connected to the vertical mesh frame 113 and supports the stone 120 to be loaded on the upper surface. The base mesh frame 111 is horizontally arranged on both sides of the vertical mesh frame 113 to form an inverted "T" shape as a whole.

The worker loads the stone 120 irregularly on the upper surfaces of the base mesh frame 111 on both sides with the vertical mesh frame 113 as the center, and between the stone 120 and the base mesh frame 111 as ocher 130 Fill it. Since the stone 120 is loaded on the upper surface of the base mesh frame 111, when the fork lane A lifts the ocher stone wall 100, the stone 120 does not fall to the bottom and is supported by the base mesh frame 111, , Can withstand the weight of the stone (120).

The vertical mesh frame 113 and the base mesh frame 111 are formed to correspond to the width and height of the ocher stone wall 100 and the left and right areas. The vertical mesh frame 113 and the base mesh frame 111 are formed by orthogonally weaving wires having a certain diameter in the form of a mesh. The diameter of the wire is designed to support the weight of the stone 120 when the fork lane A is lifted in consideration of the area and thickness of the ocher stone wall 100.

In addition, the size of the unit mesh forming the vertical mesh frame 113 and the base mesh frame 111 may be formed narrow or wide considering the area of the ocher stone wall 100. The smaller the size of the stone 120 coupled to the ocher stone wall 100, the smaller the size of the unit mesh is preferably formed.

In addition, in the ocher stone wall 100 according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, only one vertical mesh frame 113 is formed vertically to the base mesh frame 111, but this is only an example, and a plurality may be formed side by side in the vertical direction. .

Towing hook 115 is formed to protrude to the top of the completed ocher stone wall 100, as shown in FIG. The traction hook 115 is formed in a circular ring shape, and may be fitted into the teeth C of the fork lane A, the fork B as shown in FIG. 5 or the traction wire as shown.

The traction hook 115 is formed to facilitate traction when moving the ocher stone wall 100 using a fork lane. When the towing hook 115 is exposed to the outside, it can impair the aesthetic sense, so a detachable roof 140 or a decorative member (not shown) is coupled to the upper part of the ocher stone wall 100 as shown in FIG. 7. You can.

The towing hook 115 may be provided in various shapes that can be engaged with a circle or a semicircle.

The stone 120 is stacked on the wire frame part 110 to beautifully design the aesthetics of the ocher stone wall 100. As the stone 120, natural stone may be used, or processed processed stone may be used. In addition, various types of stone 120 may be mixed and used.

The stone 120 may be selected from the types used in consideration of the size, thickness, and width of the ocher stone wall 100.

The loess 130 supports the position of the wire frame portion 110 and the stone 120 to be fixed.

The construction process of the loess structure of the present invention having such a configuration will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 to 5.

The worker forms the wire frame part 110 suitable for the shape of the ocher structure. When the ocher structure is an ocher stone wall 100, as shown in FIG. 2, a wire frame portion 110 in the form of a fence is formed.

To this end, the metal mesh is orthogonally interwoven in the vertical and horizontal directions to form a base mesh frame 111, and a vertical mesh frame 113 is formed to stand in the middle. Then, the traction hook 115 is coupled to the top of the vertical mesh frame 113. The lower portion of the towing hook 115 is fixed to the vertical mesh frame 113 by welding or binding.

The upper portion of the towing hook 115 is disposed to protrude to the upper portion of the vertical mesh frame 113.

On the other hand, when the ocher structure is the ocher stone pillar 200, as shown in Figure 6 to form a wire frame portion 210 in the form of a column. In this case, a vertical mesh frame 213 is formed in a square column shape with respect to the base mesh frame 211, and a tow ring 215 is formed thereon.

 When the fabrication of the wire frame part 110 is completed, as shown in FIG. 3, the worker applies a certain thickness of ocher 130 to the base mesh frame 111, and then places the stone 120 thereon, and the stone ( 120) The gap between the stone and the stone 120 is applied to the upper part 130 to prevent the stone 120 from being discharged to the outside.

As a result, the construction of the ocher stone wall 100 is completed as shown in FIG. 1. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing a cross-sectional configuration of the ocher stone wall 100 is completed construction. As shown, the ocher 130 and the stone 120 are combined with each other based on the base mesh frame 111 and the vertical mesh frame 113 to have a stable structure.

And, the traction hook 115 protrudes to the top of the construction ocher stone wall (100). Compared to the loess stone wall formed of only conventional ocher 130 and stone 120, when there is a wire frame portion 110 therein, adhesion between each other can be improved and structural strength can be improved.

In this state, as shown in Figure 5, the fork (A) of the fork lane (A) is coupled to the traction hook 115 to lift the loess stone wall (100) from the ground (G) to a certain height or move it to the installation position, It is transported by truck or the like to the installation site. Even if the fork lane A lifts the ocher stone wall 100 upward, structural stability and shape stability can be maintained by the wire frame part 110.

When the transport to the installation place is completed, the protruding tow hook 115 is concealed to the outside through the roof 140 or a decorative member (not shown) as shown in FIG. 7.

As described above, the method for constructing an ocher structure according to the present invention forms a mesh-shaped frame with a metal wire therein, and the ocher and stone are disposed to the left and right to construct the ocher structure. As a result, the binding binding force is improved, so that a stable structure can be maintained for a long time.

In addition, the construction method of the loess structure according to the present invention can be lifted upward by a fork lane is formed so that the tow ring protrudes upward. This has the advantage of being able to move the location to the desired place unlike the conventional ocher structure fixed to the ground.

The embodiment of the method for constructing an ocher structure of the present invention described above is merely exemplary, and a person having ordinary knowledge in the technical field to which the present invention belongs can variously modify and equalize other embodiments. You will know. Therefore, it will be understood that the present invention is not limited to the forms mentioned in the above detailed description. Therefore, the true technical protection scope of the present invention should be determined by the technical spirit of the appended claims. It is also to be understood that the invention includes all modifications and equivalents and alternatives within the spirit and scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims.

100: ocher stone wall
110: wire frame part
111: base mesh frame
113: Vertical mesh frame
115: towing hook
120: stone
130: ocher
140: roof
200: ocher stone pillar

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  1. The metal wires are combined in a mesh form to have a shape corresponding to the desired ocher structure, a base mesh frame disposed at a certain area on the floor, and a vertical mesh frame formed perpendicular to the base mesh frame to support stone stacking, Forming a wire frame part that is coupled to the vertical mesh frame and is formed to protrude to a certain height above the vertical mesh frame and includes a tow ring having an annular shape;
    Applying a certain thickness of ocher on the base mesh frame;
    Stacking a plurality of stones on the outside of the vertical mesh frame to be horizontally spaced apart from each other;
    Filling the space between the wire frame portion and the stone with ocher to form an ocher structure,
    The ocher structure is any one of an ocher stone wall having a certain area and an ocher stone column having a square or circular cross section,
    When the ocher structure is an ocher stone wall, the base mesh frame and the vertical mesh frame are formed in an inverted “T” shape,
    When the ocher structure is an ocher stone column, the vertical mesh frame is formed in a columnar shape,
    A movable loess, characterized in that a fork of a fork lane is coupled to the tow ring to lift and move the loess structure from the ground, and a roof or a decorative member can be coupled to the top of the loess structure when the loom structure is moved. Structure construction method.
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