KR20160116418A - A Sturcture for Preventing Interalyer Noise Having Sound Insulation Material and Constructing Method - Google Patents

A Sturcture for Preventing Interalyer Noise Having Sound Insulation Material and Constructing Method Download PDF

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KR20160116418A
KR20160116418A KR1020150044029A KR20150044029A KR20160116418A KR 20160116418 A KR20160116418 A KR 20160116418A KR 1020150044029 A KR1020150044029 A KR 1020150044029A KR 20150044029 A KR20150044029 A KR 20150044029A KR 20160116418 A KR20160116418 A KR 20160116418A
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The present invention relates to an interlayer noise barrier structure having an interlayer sound insulating material of a clay material and a method of constructing the same, and more particularly, to a method for constructing an interlayer noise barrier structure, The present invention relates to an interlayer noise barrier structure having an interlayer sound insulating material of a clay material and a method of constructing the interlayer noise barrier structure,
A floor concrete slab layer (1) which is a structure forming a foundation skeleton of a building; An interlayer sound insulating layer (3) installed on the bottom concrete slab layer (1) and covered with loess to block the interlayer noise; A lightweight foamed concrete layer (4) installed on the interlayer sound insulating layer and having a heat insulating function; A heating pipe layer 5 provided on the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 and including a heating pipe; And a cement mortar layer 6 provided on the heating pipe layer 5 and being a finishing material for flattening the ground surface.

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TECHNICAL FIELD [0001] The present invention relates to an interlayer noise preventing structure having an interlayer insulating sound insulating material and a method for constructing the interlayer insulating noise insulating material.

The present invention relates to an interlayer noise barrier structure having an interlayer sound insulating material of a clay material and a method of constructing the same. More particularly, the present invention relates to an interlayer noise barrier structure, The present invention relates to an interlayer noise barrier structure having an interlayer sound insulating material and a method of constructing the interlayer sound insulating material, wherein the interlayer noise barrier is minimized by providing sound waves of reverse phase in the event of regular vibration noise pollution.

Generally, floors of buildings and the like are being constructed in various forms. Among them, the floor structure of residential buildings such as single-family houses and apartments is constructed by applying foam concrete on a reinforced concrete slab, laying a heating pipe thereon, finishing with cement mortar, and applying a certain thickness of synthetic resin flooring .

However, although the bottom of the above-mentioned structure acts on the upper surface of the reinforced concrete slab to dampen the noise, the effect of the damping action is not so excellent, so that the noise due to various impact sounds can not be properly absorbed or blocked I have a problem.

This is because the characteristic of foamed concrete is excellent in attenuating the gas transmission noise generated by human voice and various sound equipments. However, it has the ability to attenuate and block the solid transfer noise generated by the falling of people, Because it falls.

As the floor structure of such a house does not effectively absorb the interlayer noise, there is a dispute between the residents living in the upper and lower floors, and the problem caused by the interlayer noise becomes more and more serious. Recently, The use of abatement materials to reduce interlayer noise between layers has become mandatory.

As a result, an interlayer noise reduction material using various materials has appeared. Among them, styrofoam (foamed polystyrene) laid between the reinforced concrete slab layer and the foamed concrete layer has excellent insulation performance, but has a problem of insufficient sound insulation and sound absorption effect And the polyethylene non-crosslinked resin layer or the polyethylene chemically crosslinked resin layer has a problem of poor sound insulation and structural stability.

However, since the mixture of waste rubber and waste urethane finely pulverized has a property of being insoluble in water, it is necessary to use natural and synthetic latexes Based adhesives or polyurethane adhesives are used.

Such flooring materials using waste rubber and waste urethane have a problem that many cracks occur due to curing of urethane, and a serious problem of damaging the health of residents due to the harmful substances emitted as volatilization of the materials used as adhesives occurs .

In order to overcome such inconveniences and obstacles, the conventional apartment house inter-layer sound insulation heating apparatus 201 is constructed as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 of Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 10-2009-0049396, A piping support frame 224 which is stacked on the auxiliary piping support 222 and supports the heating piping 207, a concrete slab 300 and a heating piping A mortar layer 205 of a sand and cement mixture which is laminated on the heat insulating layer 203 and supports the heating pipe 207; And a floor finish 250 that is laminated to the backsheet 205.

However, in such a conventional apartment house inter-layer sound insulation heating system, noise and vibration due to the impact applied to the floor finishing material are directly transmitted through the concrete slab and the building wall through the mortar layer and the insulation layer in the arrow direction shown in the figure, There is a problem that the effect can not be expected.

In addition, since the conventional inter-apartment floor-to-ceiling heating apparatus is composed of cement and chemical materials, problems such as sick house syndrome, increase in construction waste and recyclability are caused.

The object of the present invention is to solve the above-mentioned problems, and it is an object of the present invention to prevent the interlayer noise of a building by installing an ocher floor material, and in particular to make a skeleton with a honeycomb structure, And further to provide vibration detail means in the noise isolating space portion to prevent regular noise generation, thereby fundamentally improving interlayer noise.

As means for achieving the above object,

The present invention relates to a floor concrete slab layer (1) which is a structure forming a foundation skeleton of a building; An interlayer sound insulating layer (3) installed on the bottom concrete slab layer (1) and covered with loess to block the interlayer noise; A lightweight foamed concrete layer (4) installed on the interlayer sound insulating layer and having a heat insulating function; A heating pipe layer 5 provided on the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 and including a heating pipe; And a cement mortar layer 6 provided on the heating pipe layer 5 and being a finishing material for flattening the ground surface.

The interlayer sound insulating layer 3 includes a rectangular yellowish loam panel 3a, a loessy structure 3b of a cylindrical or honeycomb structure provided on the loessy panel, and a space portion 3c ).

In addition, the interlayer sound insulating layer 3 is further provided with a noise attenuating means 10, wherein the noise attenuating means 10 includes a vibration detecting sensor 11 for detecting vibrations occurring on the floor surface, A controller 12 for receiving the data output from the vibration sensor 11 and converting the data into a noise frequency and outputting data corresponding to the data, and a controller 12 for calculating a reverse phase frequency opposite to a phase of the noise frequency according to data output from the controller A sound synthesizing means 14 for synthesizing sound according to the frequency outputted from the frequency modulating means 13 and a synthesizing means 14 for receiving the synthesized data outputted from the sound synthesizing means 14 Sound generating means 15 for generating sound and sound output means 16 for outputting the sound output from the sound generating means 15. [

Also, the interlayer sound insulating layer 3 is formed to have a thickness of 10-20 mm.

Also, there is provided a method of constructing a building, comprising: constructing a floor concrete slab layer (1), which is a structure forming a foundation skeleton of a building; Forming an interlayer sound insulating layer (3) on the top of the bottom concrete slab layer (1) so as to block interlayer noise; Installing a lightweight foamed concrete layer (4) having a heat insulating function on the upper part of the interlayer sound insulating layer; A step of installing a heating pipe layer 5 including a heating pipe on the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4; And a cement mortar layer (6) as a finishing material for flattening the surface of the floor on the heating pipe layer (5).

As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to suppress the interlayer noise of a building by installing a loessly flooring material. Particularly, a skeleton is formed by a honeycomb structure and a noise absorption space is formed therein to suppress interlayer noise, And vibration detailing means is additionally installed at the portion to prevent the generation of regular noise. Thus, there is an effect of radically improving the interlayer noise.

FIG. 1 and FIG. 2 are block diagrams of a conventional sound insulation technique for a house.
3 is a sectional structural view of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is a configuration diagram of a sound insulating means of the present invention. Fig.
5 is a diagram of an embodiment of the present invention.
6 is a view showing a noise attenuating means applied to an embodiment of the present invention.
7 is a circuit block diagram of the present invention;
FIG. 8 is a view showing an embodiment of the present invention in which a wall sound insulating agent is installed on a wall. FIG.
9 is a view showing another embodiment of the present invention in which a yellowing agent is installed on a rooftop.

The operation principle of the preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings and description. It should be understood, however, that the drawings and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory and are intended to provide further explanation of the invention, and are not to be construed as limiting the present invention.

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. The terms used below are defined in consideration of the functions of the present invention, which may vary depending on the user, intention or custom of the operator. Therefore, the definition should be based on the contents throughout the present invention.

It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description of the present invention are exemplary and explanatory and are intended to provide further explanation of the invention as claimed. The configuration is omitted as much as possible, and a functional configuration that should be additionally provided for the present invention is mainly described.

Those skilled in the art will readily understand the functions of the components that have been used in the prior art among the functional configurations that are not shown in the following description, The relationship between the elements and the components added for the present invention will also be clearly understood.

In order to efficiently explain the essential technical features of the present invention, the following embodiments properly modify the terms so that those skilled in the art can clearly understand the present invention, It is by no means limited.

As a result, the technical idea of the present invention is determined by the claims, and the following embodiments are merely illustrative of the technical idea of the present invention in order to efficiently explain the technical idea of the present invention to a person having ordinary skill in the art to which the present invention belongs. .

3 is a sectional structural view of the present invention.

Fig. 4 is a configuration diagram of a sound insulating means of the present invention. Fig.

5 is a diagram of an embodiment of the present invention.

6 is a view showing a noise attenuating means applied to an embodiment of the present invention.

7 is a circuit block diagram of the present invention,

According to the present invention, the Ondol floor construction using loess is a modification of the conventional Ondol floor construction method. Since the Ondol floor is basically constructed from the concrete slab layer 1, which is the basic structure of the building, ), A lightweight foamed concrete layer (4), a heating piping layer (5), and a cement mortar layer (6).

Here, the bottom concrete slab layer 1 is generally a structure for forming a foundation skeleton of a building, and a field construction is sequentially performed for floor construction from above the bottom concrete slab layer 1.

That is, the interlayer sound insulating layer 3 for interlayer noise is installed on the bottom concrete slab layer 1.

The inter-layer sound insulation layer 3 is a structure that is necessary to minimize the noise generation problem between the upper and lower layers in a residential space such as a public house such as a recent apartment, a townhouse, a villa, etc., and a known sound insulating material or a noise material is applied It is usually 10 - 20 mm thick.

The lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 is formed on the interlayer sound insulating layer 3.

In other words, lightweight foamed concrete is a concrete in which the unit weight is reduced by injecting air bubbles into concrete. Because it contains air bubbles, it is light in weight and has a little thermal insulation performance. Therefore, lightweight foamed concrete is placed under the heating pipe So that the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 is installed ahead of the heating pipe layer 5 in the ondol floor construction according to the present invention.

Since the lightweight foamed concrete layer (4) is widely used in the conventional floor heating method, the lightweight foamed concrete generally has a relatively excellent structure in terms of weight reduction, fire resistance and thermal insulation, Layer.

Particularly, since the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 is made of lightweight foamed concrete which forms air bubbles in concrete and has a relatively large hygroscopicity and drying shrinkage than concrete, the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 has excellent lightness and heat insulation as well as a heat storage effect , And has an advantage of being excellent in workability.

This lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 will be constructed to a thickness of approximately 60 mm as is commonly known.

Since the interlayer sound-insulating layer 3 and the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 as described above are construction structures commonly adopted in a typical building having an interlayer structure, a more detailed and detailed description will be omitted.

When the construction of the inter-layer sound insulation layer 3 and the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 is completed as described above, the heating pipe 5a, which is indispensably necessary for the floor heating floor, is installed in the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4, And placed on top of it.

The heating pipe 5a is poured into the concrete with a predetermined thickness so that the heating pipe 5a is not exposed to the outside.

The interlayer sound insulating layer 3 of the present invention is formed in the form of a loam panel and is composed of a rectangular yellow loam panel 3a and a yellow loam structure 3b having a honeycomb structure installed on the loam panel, (3b) are mutually coupled to complete the interlayer sound insulating layer (3).

The noise attenuating means 10 of the bottom surface according to the present invention includes a vibration sensor 11 for detecting vibration generated on the floor surface, A controller 12 for receiving the data output from the vibration sensor 11 and converting the data into a noise frequency and outputting data corresponding thereto, and a controller 12 for outputting data corresponding to the noise frequency (14) for synthesizing a sound according to a frequency outputted from the frequency modulating means (13), a sound synthesizing means (14) for synthesizing a sound according to the frequency outputted from the frequency modulating means (13) Sound generating means 15 for generating sound by receiving data and sound output means 16 for outputting the body output from the sound generating means 15.

In the shown noise damping means 10 the sensor 11 is mounted in the loam panel space 3c to sense the vibration applied through the top of the floor and the controller 12 is connected to the sensor 11 The output data is converted into a frequency and the corresponding data is output.

The frequency modulation means 13 is connected to the output port OP of the controller 12 and outputs a frequency having a reverse phase opposite to the frequency phase corresponding to the vibration in accordance with the data output from the output port OP Consists of.

The sound synthesizing means 14 is configured to synthesize sound in proportion to the frequency outputted from the frequency modulating means 13 and the sound generating means 15 generates synthesized sound data output from the sound synthesizing means 14 And a sound for canceling the noise by generating a sound is outputted from the sound output means 16.

The operation of the noise attenuating means 10 having the above-described structure will be described in detail as follows.

The controller 12 employing the present invention discriminates a vibration object. For example, when the controller 12 determines that the vehicle is in the footprint mode, the controller 12 receives data output from each sensor 11 as an input port, Is greater than the reference vibration.

If the detected vibration value is greater than the reference vibration value (permissible vibration value) as a result of the above determination, the vibration detected by the sensor 11 is converted into a frequency and outputted to the output port.

When the frequency corresponding to the vibration is outputted and supplied to the frequency modulating means 13, the frequency modulating means 13 modulates and outputs the frequency corresponding to the vibration. At this time, the frequency modulating means 13 outputs The frequency has a reverse phase that is opposite in phase to the oscillation frequency.

As described above, when a frequency having a phase opposite to that of the vibration frequency is output and supplied to the sound synthesizing means 14, the sound synthesizing means 14 synthesizes a canceling sound proportional to the frequency, .

The sound generating means 15 generates an offset sound and supplies it to the sound output means 16 to output an offset sound.

On the other hand, if the vibration recorded already on the bottom surface is periodically generated, a predetermined vibration frequency is output and supplied to the frequency modulation means 13 to output an offset sound.

The present invention operates as described above, wherein a plurality of sensors are used to detect vibrations on a floor surface, generate sounds having opposite phases to cancel vibration noise, and set a preset canceling sound in the start mode Therefore, it is employed in an inverter air conditioner or the like, and has an effect of canceling vibration noise.

FIG. 8 is a view showing an embodiment of the present invention in which a wall covering is provided with a sound insulating material for a sound insulation material. In this embodiment, the concrete slab layer 1, the interlayer sound insulating layer 3, the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4, And the cement mortar layer 6 in that order. The lightweight foamed concrete layer may be replaced by styrofoam.

Fig. 9 is a view showing an embodiment of the present invention in which a loess silencer is installed on a rooftop; Fig. 9 is a sectional view showing the interlayer sound insulating layer 3, the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4, The mortar layer 6 can be formed. The lightweight foamed concrete layer may be replaced with styrofoam, and the cement mortar layer may be coated with waterproof and finishing materials.

1: Slab layer
3: Interlayer sound insulation layer
4: Lightweight foamed concrete layer
5: Heating piping layer
6: Cement mortar layer
10: Sound attenuation means
11: Vibration sensor
12: Controller
13: frequency modulation means
14: sound synthesis means
15: sound generating means
16: sound output means

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A floor concrete slab layer (1) which is a structure forming a foundation skeleton of a building;
An interlayer sound insulating layer (3) installed on the bottom concrete slab layer (1) and covered with loess to block the interlayer noise;
A lightweight foamed concrete layer (4) installed on the interlayer sound insulating layer and having a heat insulating function;
A heating pipe layer 5 provided on the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4 and including a heating pipe;
And a cement mortar layer (6) disposed on the heating pipe layer (5) and being a surface finishing material for flattening the floor surface.
The method according to claim 1,
The interlayer sound insulating layer (3)
(3b) formed of a cylindrical or honeycomb structure provided above the loess panel, and a space (3c) formed in the loess structure. Noise Suppression Structure with Sound Insulation Materials.
3. The method of claim 2,
The interlayer sound insulating layer (3)
And a noise attenuating means (10)
The noise attenuating means 10 includes a vibration detecting sensor 11 for detecting vibrations occurring on the floor surface, and a control unit 12 for receiving data output from the vibration detecting sensor 11 and converting the noise data into noise frequencies, A frequency modulation unit 13 for outputting a reverse phase frequency opposite to a phase of a noise frequency according to data output from the controller, (15) for generating a sound by receiving the synthesized data output from the sound synthesizing means (14), a sound output means (15) for outputting sound output from the sound output means And an output sound output means (16) for outputting sound.
3. The method of claim 2,
Wherein the interlayer sound insulating layer (3) is applied in a thickness of 10 - 20 mm.
1. A method of constructing a building, comprising: constructing a floor concrete slab layer (1) as a structure forming a foundation skeleton of a building;
Forming an interlayer sound insulating layer (3) on the top of the bottom concrete slab layer (1) to prevent interlayer noise;
Installing a lightweight foamed concrete layer (4) having a heat insulating function on the upper part of the interlayer sound insulating layer;
A step of installing a heating pipe layer 5 including a heating pipe on the lightweight foamed concrete layer 4;
And a cement mortar layer (6), which is a finishing material for flattening the floor, on the upper portion of the heating pipe layer (5).
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