KR19990011734U - Guard rails with cushioning bracket - Google Patents

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KR19990011734U
KR19990011734U KR2019980024082U KR19980024082U KR19990011734U KR 19990011734 U KR19990011734 U KR 19990011734U KR 2019980024082 U KR2019980024082 U KR 2019980024082U KR 19980024082 U KR19980024082 U KR 19980024082U KR 19990011734 U KR19990011734 U KR 19990011734U
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guardrail
guard rail
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허삼도
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주식회사 정진안전산업
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The present invention relates to a cushioning bracket of the guardrail, and is installed between the guardrail and the shore of the roadside to mitigate the impact of the collision of the driving vehicle to promote the safety of drivers and pedestrians and to protect the surrounding facilities.

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Guard rails with cushioning bracket

The present invention relates to a guardrail buffering bracket, and more particularly to a bracket having a buffering effect of the spring to form a shock-absorbing bracket.

Most of the accidents caused by traffic accidents occur unexpectedly, so accidents that can receive a guardrail can cause a lot of damage. In general, guardrails are installed on automobile roads, particularly high speed roads or dangerous roads. Therefore, since guardrails are installed in areas where the risk of accidents is inevitably high, the need for guardrails is large and the effects must be large.

The structure of the conventional guardrail is as shown in Figure 4, the bracket is fixed to the support is simply formed as a function of supporting the guardrail, so that when the vehicle off the road impacts the guardrail, the impact is transmitted to the support as it is As a result, the damage of the guard rail is great and the damage of the vehicle is also great. Moreover, casualties are even more damaging. Therefore, the conventional guardrail bracket is unreasonable to induce minimal damage to the accident vehicle.

The present invention aims to reduce the large loss by installing a material that can absorb the impact to the maximum in a traffic accident, that is, a bracket between the prop and the guard rail.

It is preferable that the material of the bracket is large in elasticity, and it is preferable that the material is configured to induce elasticity in its structure. Compared with the present invention, the elasticity of the guardrail and the elasticity of the support are large in nature. In comparison, in the limited area between the support and the guardrail, part of the bracket is supported on the support and the other part supports the guardrail, so that the bracket of the present invention has the property of spring in order to induce great elasticity at its limited limit. Configure.

1 is a perspective view of a buffer bracket of the present invention.

Figure 2 is a plan view of the use state of the present invention.

3 is a coupling diagram of the guardrail using the present invention.

4 is a plan view of a conventional guardrail.

[Description of the symbols on the main parts of the drawings]

11: holding 12: guardrail

13: bracket 14: curved surface

15: curved portion (a, b, c, d) 16: straight portion (a, b, c)

17: wing (a, b) 18: hole (a, b, c)

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings and embodiments.

The present invention is configured as an integrated unit, as shown in Figure 1, consisting of a constant length and width, the central curved surface 14 is a portion that is bound with the outer diameter of the support 11, both ends of the curved surface 14 The configuration formed in the is formed symmetrically. The elasticity of the bracket 13 is formed in the outer diameter direction of the curved surface (14a, 15b, 15c, 15d) to start at the end of the curved surface 14, the curved portion (15a, 15b, 5c, 15d) Is formed to be round, the bracket 13 is repeatedly bent in the reverse direction again to a constant length, that is to be bent in a U-shape of the shape as shown in Figure 1, and the U-shaped constant length as described above While proceeding to bend back to a constant length in the reverse direction, bent in the longitudinal direction of the guard rail 12, the wing 17 to be bound with the guard rail 12 is completed at a predetermined length and the curved surface 14 Holes 18a are formed in the center of the crest and a part of the support 11 to fix the bracket 12 to the support 11, and can be attached to the guard rail 12 at both wings 17a and 17b. Holes 18b and 18c, respectively, are formed. In summary, as shown in FIG. 1, the shapes formed at both ends of the curved surface 14 coupled with the support 11 are configured to overlap the sperm and the translator of the U letter.

As an embodiment of the operation of the present invention, the present invention of the shape as shown in Figure 1 is a curved surface 14 is coupled to the support 11 as described above the curved surface 14 and the outer diameter of the support 11 Both ends of the curved surface 14 are coupled to each other to form a predetermined distance from the support 11 in a shape as shown in FIG. 2. Actually, the external pressure received by the guardrail 12 corresponds to the curved surface 14 in the order in which it is transmitted to the bracket 13, but as described above, the end of the curved surface 14 is spaced apart from the support 11. Some of the curved portions 15a, 15b, 15c, and 15d, i.e., a portion of the curved surface 14 is spaced apart by a distance. In FIG. 1 of the present invention, the elasticity against the external pressure of the guard rail 12 is formed in such a configuration that the bracket 13 cannot be rebounded at right angles due to the limited space between the support 11 and the guard rail 12. Therefore, the bracket 13 fixed to the support 11 is installed in the transverse direction to the support 11 and is formed in a shape overlapping the U of the sperm and the U letter of the translator on both sides around the support 11. The wings 17a and 17b are formed to have a constant length and are bound to the guard rail 12. As described above, the elasticity of the bracket 13 occurs in the U-shaped straight portions 16a, 16b, and 16c and the round of the bottom portion. In the first embodiment, when the external pressure is generated on the guard rail 12, the pressure is first applied to the wings 17a and 17b which are coupled with the guard rail 12 and the U-sperm straight lines 16a, 16b and 16c. Then, pressure is generated in the straight portion 16a of the U-shaped portion 15c of the curved part 15d, and then an external pressure is generated in the round of the U-shaped portion 15c of the sperm, and then U of the sperm Pressure is generated on the straight portion 16b formed jointly in the U-shape of the ruler and the translator, and then pressure is generated in the round of the U-shaped curved portion 15b of the translator, and then is pressed by the U-shaped straight portion 16c of the translator. Is generated and pressure is generated in the curved portion 15a at the end of the curved surface 14, and finally, pressure is generated in the curved surface 14 as described above. As described above, elasticity rebounds at the place where the pressure is generated, and the coefficient of rebound is formed as large as possible.

It is configured to absorb the maximum impact in a small space between the bracket and guard rail according to the present invention, the use of the present invention reduces the degree of accident in the collision of the guard rail that occurs during traffic accidents and damage to property and life Minimize the damage.

Claims (2)

  1. In the bracket that a part of the curved surface is bound to the outer diameter of the support and the guard rail is supported on both wings to act as a buffer during the impact of the guard rail, a curved surface that is only partially fixed to the outer diameter of the support and a plurality of curved parts are formed on both sides of the curved surface. And a U-shape of the plurality of sperm and a U-shape of the translator.
  2. The cushioning bracket of claim 1, wherein the curved portion has a round shape.
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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
KR100877527B1 (en) * 2007-01-15 2009-01-09 주식회사 제일산기 Buffer bracket for a guardrail thereof menufacturing method
KR101049404B1 (en) * 2010-12-29 2011-07-14 문영주 A guard rail

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
KR100877527B1 (en) * 2007-01-15 2009-01-09 주식회사 제일산기 Buffer bracket for a guardrail thereof menufacturing method
KR101049404B1 (en) * 2010-12-29 2011-07-14 문영주 A guard rail

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