KR20190004614A - Strawbale block using gabions, manufacturing method of the same and constructing method using the same - Google Patents

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KR20190004614A
KR20190004614A KR1020170085088A KR20170085088A KR20190004614A KR 20190004614 A KR20190004614 A KR 20190004614A KR 1020170085088 A KR1020170085088 A KR 1020170085088A KR 20170085088 A KR20170085088 A KR 20170085088A KR 20190004614 A KR20190004614 A KR 20190004614A
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The present invention relates to a strawbale block by using a gabion and a manufacturing method thereof, wherein the strawbale block comprises: a gabion having a box-shaped net structure; an inner skin adhered to an inner side of the gabion; and a strawbale received in an inner part of the inner skin. Provided are a strawbale block by using gabion capable of quickly and easily constructing a building similar to a strawbale house, a manufacturing method and a construction method thereof.

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[0001] The present invention relates to a strobale block using a gobion, a manufacturing method thereof, and a construction method using the same,

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a stove block, a method of manufacturing the stove block, and a method of constructing the stove block. More particularly, the present invention relates to a stove block, .

Recently, interest in strawberry house using straw straw as building material is increasing. Rice straw is a sustainable natural material regardless of the presence of fossil fuels such as petroleum because it is produced through photosynthesis using sunlight. These rice straws have various advantages such as adsorption of volatile substances such as formaldehyde, dehumidification and deodorization, which cause sick house syndrome in a house built with chemical building block, And the advantages of such rice straw are increasing with the increase of the population of the ear and the spreading atmosphere of the well-being culture, and the construction of Strawberry House is gradually spreading.

The Strawberry House is constructed by a load-bearing method, an infill method, and a hybrid method using a combination of a bearing wall method and a filling method.

The bearing wall method has a disadvantage in that it is difficult to construct more than two stories due to the deformation of the structure due to the vertical load in a way that the column ends are stacked like bricks.

The filling method is to construct pillars and roofs by using wood or steel, fill the inside of the pillars with columns, and use wooden or steel as columns and supporting beams to obtain a solid structure. However, As much as the construction cost.

Mixing method has the advantage of making a solid wall between culms and culms, but it is difficult to construct eco - friendly because cement must be used a lot.

On the other hand, the conventional stove veil used as the building material of the stovail house is difficult to be compression-molded into a uniform area, weight and thickness, so that the compression of the stovetail is released during the construction, there was.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in order to solve the above problems of the prior art, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a stovevelling block which is environmentally friendly and can maintain airtightness while maintaining insulation, sound absorption and soundproofing performance, The purpose of this paper is to provide

Another object of the present invention is to provide a stovevelling block using a low temperature which can reduce the construction cost by minimizing the use of expensive wood and steel used for columns or supports at the time of construction, and a manufacturing method and a construction method thereof I have to.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a stovevelling block using a garbage which is easy to construct and minimizes the time, cost, and labor required for construction, and a method of manufacturing and a method of constructing the same.

As means for solving the above-mentioned technical problem,

The present invention relates to a garbage bag having a box-shaped net structure; An inner skin adhered to the inside of the garnet; And a straw veil accommodated in the inside of the endothelium.

In this case, a projecting portion is formed on the upper portion of the ribs, a groove portion is formed on the lower portion, and the groove portion has a shape corresponding to the projecting portion.

In this case, the gap temperature may have at least one step.

In this case, the gap temperature may be any one selected from the group consisting of metal wire, wood, and plastic.

In this case, the garniture can be bound by rings, hooks, or metal wires, which are opposite to each other, in order to prevent embossing.

In this case, a finishing material for preventing condensation may be formed on the outside of the garbage, and the finishing material may be formed of at least one selected from extruded rubber, plastic, and silicone.

In this case, the garbons adjacent to the garbons can be bound together by clamps, ties, or metal wires.

In this case, the strobil may include at least one selected from hay, sawdust, charcoal, loess, chaff, salt, and germanium.

Further, the present invention provides a method for manufacturing a honeycomb structure, comprising the steps of: (a) inserting a goby temperature inside a bayill; (b) attaching an endothelium to the inside of the gap; (c) filling the inner skin with rice straw and compressing the inner skin with a press machine; And (d) closing the outside of the garbons with a finishing material.

(A) preparing a straw veil block in which an endothelium and a straw veil are sequentially housed in a garnish having a protruding portion, a groove portion, or a step portion; (b) arranging a plurality of the strobale blocks in a horizontal direction so that the step portions are formed to be mutually engaged with each other, and connecting the goby temperature adjacent to the goby temperature to a clamp, a tie or a metal wire; (c) bundling the garbage in the same manner as in the step (b) while stacking the other strawbale blocks so that the protrusions and the grooves are formed on the upper part of the strobil block connected horizontally; And (d) inserting at least one of a loess mortar, a straw mat, and a balm between the loft room and adjacent loft rooms to maintain airtightness.

According to the present invention, since the strobes are accommodated in the inside of the ribbons and are formed in a block shape, the supporting force can be secured and stacked in multiple stages, and stacking can be made perpendicular to the paper surface, But it can minimize the use of expensive wood and steel.

In addition, since a building such as a Strawberry House is manufactured in advance in a predetermined size and shape and put into a site, it is possible to quickly and easily construct a building, and also to reduce construction costs.

Further, natural materials such as rice straw and the like are compression-molded and processed into blocks, thereby making it environment-friendly and securing air permeability while maintaining thermal insulation, sound absorption and sound insulation effect.

In addition, according to the situation of the building site, the width and the length can be easily adjusted by adding or cutting blocks or cutting, processing and connecting the gypsum.

In addition, it can be easily installed by connecting the gypsum adjacent to the gypsum by a clamp, a tie, a wire, etc., and there is no restriction on the climatic condition, and the construction can be carried out promptly.

Further, since the inner skin is provided inside the garbage, and the straw bale is inserted into the inner skin, the amount of cement used can be reduced.

In addition, it is possible to maintain the stability of the building structure because the load absorbed in the horizontal and vertical directions is excellent.

In addition, it is possible to produce blocks having uniform strength, uniform weight and size, and to produce thick blocks capable of exhibiting improved thermal insulation effects as required.

Moreover, it is easy to estimate the housing design and construction cost by standardization, and it is easy to mass load, store and move, so that the manpower required for construction and the cost can be remarkably reduced.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1A is a perspective view of a Strobale block using a gobion according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention,
FIG. 1B is a perspective view showing a modified example of the strobale block using the open-
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA of FIG. 1,
Figs. 3A to 3C are perspective views showing another modified example of the strobale block using the garbage temperature shown in Fig. 1B,
FIG. 4 is a view showing a construction of the Strobale block using the garbage temperature shown in FIG. 1B; FIG.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings so that those skilled in the art can easily carry out the present invention. The present invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. In order to clearly explain the present invention, parts not related to the description are omitted, and similar parts are denoted by similar reference numerals throughout the specification.

FIG. 1B is a perspective view showing a modified example of the strobale block using the garbage temperature shown in FIG. 1A, FIG. 2 is a sectional view taken along line AA of FIG. 1, and FIG. FIGS. 3A to 3C are perspective views showing another modified example of the stovvail block using the garbage temperature shown in FIG. 1B, and FIG. 4 is a view showing the construction of the stovvail block using the garbage temperature shown in FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 1A, 1B, 2, 3A to 3C and 4, a strobale block 100 according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention (hereinafter referred to as 'Strobale block 100' Includes an evanescent stream 110, an inner envelope 120, and a straw veil 130.

Gavion 110 has a box-shaped net structure serving as a bearing wall of a building. That is, the garbons 110 have a structure in which a plurality of meshes of a grid are formed in a hexahedron shape.

However, it is preferable to have a cubic shape or a rectangular parallelepiped shape in order to facilitate the stacking of the building and secure the stability of the building. However, as shown in FIGS. 1B and 3A to 3C, both sides may be opened so that the inner skin 120 and the straw veil 130 can be loaded therein, It is also possible to close both sides of the inner film 120 and the strobes 130 after the charging as shown in FIG.

The manufacturing method of the goby temperature 110 is not particularly limited. For example, a plurality of wires may be arranged at regular intervals and the intersections may be welded with an electrical resistance, or the mesh of the grid structure may be cut into a predetermined shape to bend into a hexahedron, and adjacent networks may be connected to each other.

As the material of the goby temperature 110, metal wire, wood, plastic, or the like can be used so as to secure the support rigidity, and it is also possible to use a mixture of metal wire, wood, and plastic. In the case of a metal wire, a wire is exemplified. Since the wire is easily corroded according to the surrounding environment, it is preferable to use zinc plating on the surface.

On the other hand, the inner skin 120 and the straw veil 130 are accommodated in the inside of the garbage 110. When the amount of the straw veil 130 is somewhat excessive, the garbled temperature 110 protrudes outwardly convexly. May appear. In order to prevent such folding phenomenon, the gobo 110 may be bound to metal wires such as hooks, hooks, or wire wires, which are opposite to each other. With this configuration, since the opposed nets of the ribbons 110 are fixed at a constant width by the binding members, the ribbons 110 are not inflated and the hexahedral shape can be maintained even when the strawbear is filled excessively.

In addition, a finishing material (not shown) may be formed outside the garniture 110. That is, since the strobale block 100 of the present invention is used as a building material of a building such as a strobale house, when the strobale block 100 is in direct contact with the outside air in the installed state, May occur. Therefore, in the present invention, a finishing material is attached to the outside of the garbage 110 to prevent condensation. As the finishing material, extruded rubber, plastic, silicone and the like can be used.

As described above, when the plurality of stacked blocks 100 are vertically or horizontally stacked, the plurality of stacked blocks 110 can be deformed into various shapes so as to be structurally tightly adhered to adjacent stacked blocks.

First, the ribbons 110 may have protrusions 111 and grooves 112 as shown in FIG. 3A. Specifically, the protruding portion 111 is formed on the upper portion of the recessed portion 110, and the recessed portion 112 is formed on the lower portion of the recessed portion 110. In this case, the groove 112 has a shape corresponding to the projecting portion 111, and when another straw veil block is stacked on the upper side of the straw veil block 100, the projecting portion of the lower open- The structural stability can be secured. Meanwhile, when the strobale block 100 is laminated, a sealing material 140 such as an ocher mortar, a straw mat, a baluster or the like is inserted (see Fig. 4) between the narrow gap 110 and the adjacent narrow gap, Do.

In addition, the garbage temperature 110 may have at least one step portion 113 as shown in FIGS. 3B and 3C. Since the step portion 113 of the narrow width portion 110 is formed in the narrow width portion 110 and the step portion of the narrow width portion 110 of the narrow width portion 110 is stacked in the stacking direction of the narrow width portion 110, And can be stably performed.

In particular, when the shape of the goby temperature 110 is modified as described above, the strobale block 100 may be formed by combining the projecting portion 111, the groove portion 112, and the step portion 113 of the strobale block adjacent to the strobale block 100 100) can be stacked in various forms, the ease of construction of the building can be remarkably improved, and the construction time can be greatly shortened.

On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 4, the plurality of multi-layered goby temperatures 110 are firmly fixed by being fastened to each other using the fastening means 150. As the fastening means 150, a metal wire such as a clamp, a tie, or a wire can be used and is not particularly limited.

The endothelium 120 is adhered to the inside of the goby temperature 110 to prevent the stroll bail 130 from escaping. However, in order to clearly understand the present invention, the endothelium 120 is shown as being separated from the open-air temperature 110.

In the case of the inner skin 120, it is preferable that the straw bail 130 has substantially the same shape as the sleeves 110 so as to be sufficiently filled in the inside of the sleeves 110. As the inner layer 120, a material having a net structure such as a nonwoven fabric, a non-mycelium, a bale, a fiber mesh, or a metal may be used.

Strobe 130 is accommodated in the interior of the endothelium 120 for insulation, sound absorption, sound insulation and the like. In the present invention, the straw bale 130 means a straw which is compression-molded in a rectangular parallelepiped shape in a boiler as described later. In order to obtain additional effects such as moisture absorption, direction and far-infrared radiation, hay, sawdust, charcoal, , Salt, germanium, etc. may be mixed at a certain ratio.

As described above, the Strobale block using Gavion according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention has been described. Hereinafter, a manufacturing method and a construction method of a stovet block using a garbage temperature according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described.

First of all, a cuboid structure is inserted into the inner side of the baler, and an endothelial membrane is attached to the inside of the cavity. Then, rice straw, hay, etc. are put into the inside of the endothelium and compression-molded by a press machine. Finally, the stovail block of the present invention is completed when the outside of the garbage is closed with a finishing material. In this case, the strobale block may have protrusions, grooves, and stepped portions in the same manner as described above.

The completed Strobale block is constructed as follows.

First, a plurality of Strobel blocks are arranged in the horizontal direction. In this case, the strobal block adjacent to the strobale block can be arranged in such a manner as to form a step and a step, and after the completion of the placement, the droplet is bound by a clamp, a tie, a metal wire or the like.

Thereafter, another strobal block is sequentially stacked in layers and connected to the upper part of the strobale block connected horizontally. The vertical stacking of the strobale blocks may be accomplished in such a manner that the step portions and step portions of the upper strobale block are formed or the protrusions are inserted into the groove portions. In this case, to maintain the airtightness of the straw veil block and the neighboring straw veil blocks, an ocher mortar, a straw veil mat, a baluster, etc. may be inserted between the open ends.

Finally, by repeatedly carrying out the above-described processes, it is possible to construct a strawberry house of a desired shape.

The preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described in detail with reference to the drawings. It will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that various changes in form and details may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention as defined by the appended claims.

Therefore, the scope of the present invention is defined by the appended claims rather than the foregoing detailed description, and all changes or modifications derived from the meaning, range, and equivalence of the claims are included in the scope of the present invention. .

100: Strawberry block using Gavion
110: Gavion 111: Projection
112: groove portion 113:
120: Nappy 130: Strawberry
140: Seal material

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  1. A garbion having a box network structure;
    An inner skin adhered to the inside of the garnet; And
    A straw veil accommodated in the inner skin;
    A strobale block using a gobion.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein a protrusion is formed on an upper portion of the gap and a groove is formed on a lower portion of the groove, and the groove has a shape corresponding to the protrusion.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    And the goby temperature has at least one step.
  4. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    Wherein the garbage is made of at least one selected from metal wire, wood, and plastic.
  5. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    Characterized in that the ribs are bound by rings, hooks, or metal wires, the ribs being opposed to each other to prevent folding.
  6. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    Wherein a finishing material for preventing condensation is formed on the outside of the garbage, and the finishing material is made of at least one selected from the group consisting of extruded rubber, plastic, and silicone.
  7. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    Wherein the garbons adjacent to the garbons are bound to each other by clamps, ties, or metal wires.
  8. 4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    Wherein the Strobile comprises at least one selected from hay, sawdust, charcoal, loess, chaff, salt, and germanium.
  9. (a) inserting a garbage inside the bayill;
    (b) attaching an endothelium to the inside of the gap;
    (c) filling the inner skin with rice straw and compressing the inner skin with a press machine; And
    (d) closing the outside of the garbage with a finishing material;
    The method comprising the steps of:
  10. (a) preparing a straw veil block in which an endothelium and a straw veil are sequentially housed in a garnish having a protruding portion, a groove portion, or a step portion;
    (b) arranging a plurality of the strobale blocks in the horizontal direction so that the step portions are formed to be mutually coalesced, and binding the goby temperature adjacent to the goby temperature with a clamp, a tie or a metal wire;
    (c) bundling the garbage in the same manner as in the step (b) while stacking the other strawbale blocks so that the protrusions and the grooves are formed on the upper part of the strobil block connected horizontally; And
    (d) inserting at least one of a loess mortar, a straw mat, and a balm between the loose temperature and the adjacent looms to maintain airtightness;
    The method comprising the steps of:
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