NL1025648C2 - Application of initially adjustable connecting construction between foundation component and further component supported by it - Google Patents

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NL1025648C2
NL1025648C2 NL1025648A NL1025648A NL1025648C2 NL 1025648 C2 NL1025648 C2 NL 1025648C2 NL 1025648 A NL1025648 A NL 1025648A NL 1025648 A NL1025648 A NL 1025648A NL 1025648 C2 NL1025648 C2 NL 1025648C2
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E02HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING; FOUNDATIONS; SOIL SHIFTING
    • E02DFOUNDATIONS; EXCAVATIONS; EMBANKMENTS; UNDERGROUND OR UNDERWATER STRUCTURES
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The application is of an initially adjustable connecting construction between a foundation component (1) and a further component (2,3) supported by it. Both components are fitted by adjustment devices in a required position in relation to each other. After definitive adjustment of the two components, at least partly a surrounding and accommodating hardening mass is applied. This produces the formation of a single entity between the two components and the adjustment devices.

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Title: Method for providing an initially adjustable connecting structure between two elements, as well as a connecting structure and adjusting and connecting means therefor

The invention relates to a method for arranging an initially adjustable connection structure between a fimdation element and a bulky element carried by it, wherein both elements are brought into a desired position relative to each other by means of adjusting means before the two elements mutually rigidly connected, as well as to a connecting structure and adjusting and coupling means therefor.

Accurately, for example plus or minus 2 mm, placing large elements at height, for instance to allow adjacent plate-shaped elements to fit together without or almost without offset, requires special attention for a bearing surface or locally bearing surfaces. A supporting surface may not subside when loaded. This can be achieved by providing a support which is formed, for example, by foundation piles or by a foundation, which in turn can be supported by foundation piles. On the thus obtained stable supporting surfaces adjustable adjustments can then be provided, which are accurately adjusted to height before the large element to be carried thereby is placed thereon.

Because in many cases after the large element has been placed, the 20 adjustment points can no longer or hardly be reached, so that adjustment can no longer be achieved or only with great difficulty, the large object to be placed itself, for example in height or thickness direction, must also meet precise tolerances. This results in a considerable increase in production costs and is nevertheless not met or only after the additional costs have been made that meet the set requirements.

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The problems become considerably greater if the tolerances become even smaller than the above plus or minus 2 mm. This occurs, for example, when a number of large objects to be placed must form a floor intended as a driving surface for vehicles.

The invention contemplates a method with which a large element can be accurately adjusted relative to a supporting surface in a relatively simple and cost-saving manner.

A further object of the invention is to have the possibility of performing a post-adjustment or fine adjustment after placing the large element on the supporting surfaces in a relatively simple and cost-saving manner before the large element is rigidly and definitively connected to the supporting surfaces.

This is achieved according to the invention in that, after the bulky element has been brought into the desired final position with respect to the foundation element in the position carried by the foundation element by adjusting means placed therebetween, at least partially between both elements and the adjustment means a curing mass is arranged surrounding and accommodating, which connects both elements and the adjusting means into a one-piece whole. As a result of these measures, a relatively bulky and heavy element to be carried by a foundation can be placed on the elements forming the foundation and then adjusted using only those elements and the adjusting means, that is to say without additional provisions or activities involved. the construction site is required, whereby both differences in level between various foundation elements and thickness between connecting elements to be supported by the foundation are relatively easy to compensate, which considerably lowers both the installation costs and the production costs, while at the same time also reducing the extreme accurate construction of constructions is improved.

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The method proposed according to the invention has the further advantage that the construction to be realized itself can be utilized during construction as an aid, for example for transport and support purposes, during the construction of the construction. For example, the construction of load-bearing floors and roads in situations where there is little space available for construction work can still be efficiently carried out and realized in areas with a weak subsoil without the construction of costly adjacent work paths. After placing on the foundation, the supported element can act as a row and working surface for placing a further supported element. In that case, according to a further embodiment of the invention, the connecting structure is then loaded higher than the weight of the bulky element before the two elements are brought into their mutual definitive position via the adjusting means. Thus, relatively heavy loading of the connecting structure results in a first set thereof, whereafter, if necessary, the desired highly accurate dimensions are restored or realized by a post-adjustment.

In order to enable the two elements to be joined in one piece in a simple and efficient manner, according to a further embodiment of the invention, it is preferred that at least one of the two elements be provided with an opening through which the curing mass can be arranged between the two elements and the adjusting means at least in part surrounding and accommodating. If the opening in said element is at least partly bounded by a part of the adjusting means fixedly connected to said element, which part adjustably cooperates with a further part of the adjusting means which is brought into contact with the other element, wherein both parts of a passage the hardening mass is provided at least partially surrounding and receiving through the opening and the passage between the two elements and the adjusting means, 1025648 4 is not only a simple supply option for the hardening mass, but also the adjusting work and any adjustment work are realized from an outside of the connecting structure, for example from an easily accessible work surface, quick and easy to implement.

If it is considered desirable for the connecting structure to provide, in addition to a locking mechanism for moving the two elements apart or towards each other, an improved locking mechanism for shifting the two elements relative to each other, this can be realized in accordance with a further embodiment of the invention. in that a connection is formed via at least a part of the passage to a cavity drilled in the other element and a positioning element is arranged therein such that displacement of the two elements with respect to each other is prevented. In accordance with a further embodiment of the invention, a tensile load on the connecting structure can then be absorbed even better if the positioning element is secured relative to both elements in such a way that both elements are biased against each other.

According to a further embodiment of the invention, if the construction to be realized is intended to form a surface which must be able to serve as a vehicle floor, it may be preferable that the supported element is a bulky plate-shaped element and said other element a foundation pile, wherein the plate-shaped element is supported in several places by a foundation pile, which is connected to the plate-shaped element by a connecting structure and has an edge which connects to an edge of a similarly supported plate-shaped element, said edges being spaced apart of a connecting structure are mutually connected by a further connecting construction provided with coupling means, whereby the other edge is pulled along when the one edge is bent as a result of the load being bent. The coupling construction thereby promotes the essentially remaining level of two at each adjoining plate-shaped elements if the one element is loaded by 5 wheels and the connecting element does not (yet). The coupling construction also provides a clamping force, whereby horizontal forces exerted on the one element, such as acceleration and braking forces, are partially transferred to the adjacent element, so that the horizontal forces are absorbed distributed over several support points. Such a spread of horizontal forces to be absorbed is particularly advantageous if the foundation piles are located in a top layer that offers little support. By spreading the forces to be absorbed, dimensions and reinforcement of the piles can be kept relatively small. Further advantages of the coupling construction are increasing the comfort of the (road) user and reducing tire noise at the transition from one element to the other.

The invention further relates to a connecting construction between a foundation element and a bulky element carried by it, wherein adjusting means are present to bring both elements into a desired position relative to each other, wherein according to the invention it is proposed that the adjusting means at least be provided with two parts which are controllably displaceable relative to each other in their position positioning the two elements, the one part being integrated in said one element and bearing the controllably displaceably of the other part protruding relative to the one element and is provided with a stop surface which supports against the other element, wherein the space between the two elements, in which the other part extends protruding from one element to contact with the other element, is at least partially filled with 1025648 6 cured mass, which connects both elements into a single piece. As a result of these measures, a connecting structure has been obtained, which can initially be accurately adjusted to height and can be completed after possibly being loaded and adjusted by the application and hardening of a filling and connecting mass.

Carrying out both the set and the filling work can be carried out quickly and easily if the one part is provided with a hollow tube which is cast in the one element and at least a part of a wall of one through which one is inserted. forming a through-opening 10, and a foot plate attached to one end of the hollow tube, which closes the hollow tube and is provided with a bore part with internal thread, and the other part is provided with a hollow pipe stub with an internal screw thread of the bore part external screw thread, with engagement provisions arranged at a first end for an adjusting tool and with at least one opening arranged at a second end, which connects the interior of the hollow pipe stub to said space. In such an embodiment of the connecting structure, both setting and fixing can be carried out via the hollow tube, i.e. from a location with optimum approximation and operating conditions.

In order to limit the hardening material to be used for filling material and to check the shape and size of the final connecting structure, it may further be provided that where said space is not limited by parts of both elements or the adjusting means sealing means limit said space, the optimum filling of the space can be promoted by providing that the base plate is provided with at least one vent bore which opens into the hollow tube.

A locking in the horizontal direction, that is to say a locking against being able to slide the two elements over one another, can be realized in a simple manner if the other part is a hollow pipe stump with two open ends and a hollow pipe stub is inserted into it. pin extending into a bore provided in the other element, the pin fitting with a sliding fit into the hollow pipe stub as well as being secured in the bore 5 or in the bore. A securing in the vertical direction, that is to say preventing the two elements from being able to deviate from each other, can, if desired, be further increased if the pin is anchored in the bore on the one hand and is connected to the hollow tube in a tensionable manner on the other hand.

A locking in the horizontal direction can also be obtained, or increased, if the other part supports against a recessed surface part of the other element, such as a recessed surface part obtained by providing a recess or by providing at least an excellent rib. The cured mass is then partly incorporated in and surrounded by a part of the other element.

In order to absorb horizontal forces exerted on a supported element as evenly as possible and to allow two adjacent edges of supported elements to optimally connect to each other when locally supported the supported elements, it may be preferable for said one element to be a bulky plate-shaped element. and said other element is a foundation pile, wherein the plate-shaped element is rigidly connected at several places to a foundation pile in each case and has an edge which connects to an edge of a similarly supported plate-shaped element, said edges being mutually connected at a distance from a connecting structure by a coupling construction provided with at least a first anchor member fixed in the one element near said edge thereof, at least a second anchor member fixed in the other element near said edge thereof and in the vicinity of the at least one first anchor member and a coupling plate which connects at least one anchor member of the one element to an anchor member of the other element. A relatively simple embodiment can be realized here by an embodiment corresponding to that of the connecting structure, that is to say that an anchor member is provided with a hollow tube which is received in a through-bore in the relevant element, at least partly the wall of the through a through opening, is provided with a base plate closing at one end with a through bore and a diametrically extending counter plate with through bore, a bolt passing through both through bores and through a through bore extends in the coupling plate, such that the coupling plate can be pulled against the foot plate by means of the bolt.

Depending on the forces to be absorbed, it may further be preferred that the adjusting means or the coupling means are provided with at least two sets, each with two parts that can be moved in a controllable manner relative to each other.

The invention furthermore relates to adjusting means for use in an above-mentioned method and / or connecting structure. According to the invention, it is thereby preferred that adjusting means be provided with a hollow tube with an open end and an end closed by a foot plate, in which foot plate a bore part with internal screw thread is arranged, and with a hollow pipe stub with a external screw thread screwable into the internal thread of the bore part, with engagement provisions arranged at a first end for an adjusting tool and with at least one opening arranged at a second end that breaks the wall of the hollow pipe stub.

The adjustment can be carried out in a quick, simple and effective manner if the engagement provisions are formed by arranging two axially slotted diametrically opposed axial slots from one end of the hollow pipe stub. In a similarly simple but extremely effective manner, it may be provided that an opening which breaks through the wall of the hollow pipe stub is formed by arranging an end pipe leading from the hollow pipe stub. axial slot For optimum filling, it is preferred that the base plate is provided with at least one vent bore that opens into the hollow tube.

In order to be able to provide an additional securing in a vertical direction in a convenient, quick and simple manner, it can be provided in accordance with a further embodiment of the invention that the hollow tube is provided between its two ends with a diametrically extending counter plate which is provided with a bore aligned with that of the hollow pipe stub. A connecting structure to be formed can thus be brought under pretension via a pin to be anchored in element by pulling and tensioning the pin with respect to the counter plate. The counter plate can also be used as engagement for lifting means for picking up, moving and depositing the plate-shaped elements.

The invention also relates to coupling means for use in an above-mentioned method and / or connecting structure for mutually connecting, in an unsupported area, mutually connecting. In accordance with the invention, it is preferred that the coupling means be provided with at least two hollow tubes with open ends, at least two tensioning bolts and at least one coupling plate, wherein the hollow tube is provided with a diametrically extending between the ends. extending counter plate provided with a bore through which one of the tensioning bolts can extend, which tensioning bolt can also extend through a bore in the coupling plate, which coupling plate is further provided with at least one further bore for passage of a further tensioning bolt, which 1025648 can extend through a bore in a further counter plate. Implemented in this way the coupling means have a series of similarities with regard to their configuration with the adjusting means, which offers advantages from a manufacturing point of view.

With coupling means designed in this way, the coupling plate is forcefully pulled against the elements to be connected by the tensioning bolts.

According to a further embodiment of the invention, for a good reception and transmission of these forces, it is preferable that a sealing foot plate is provided at one of the open ends of the hollow tube, which base plate is provided with a bore for passage of a tension bolt.

With reference to embodiments shown in the drawing, albeit only by way of non-limiting examples, the invention will now be further elucidated. In the drawing: FIG. 1 is a top plan view of a part of a dual carriageway with connecting structures provided with adjusting and coupling means according to the invention;

FIG. 2 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken on the line II-II in FIG. 1; FIG. 3 shows on a further enlarged scale a cross-section along the line III-III in FIG. 1 after completion of the connection structure;

FIG. 4 the completed connecting structure according to FIG. 3, with possible additional provisions; and FIG. 5 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken on the line V-V in FIG. 1.

FIG. 1 shows a part of a dual carriageway in top view, the arrows A and B indicating the driving directions of vehicles. The road surface is formed by the flat tops of rectangular, plate-shaped elements 1, which are arranged two by two in a row and are supported by piles 2, 3, a plate-shaped element 1 with the piles 2, 3 supporting this piling up to a 1025648 11 is connected in one piece. The piles 2 are thereby arranged in the side edge areas of the dual carriageway, while where two plate-shaped elements 1 arranged transversely to the direction of travel adjoin one another, piles 3 are provided which are provided with a head that is wider than 5 of the piles 2 so that both plate-shaped elements 1 can rest on it and are connected to a one-piece whole. Thus, the wider head piles 3 also provide for a cross connection between two plate-shaped elements 1. The wider head of the piles 3 can be arranged on a pile with a cross section that is furthermore equal to that of a pile 2. However, the pile 3 can also be designed differently, for example have a cross-section over its entire length that is equal to the wider head or the wider head can be supported by two piles 2. Plate-like elements 1 connecting to each other in the direction of travel are mutually connected at a distance from their edges supported by the piles 2, 3 by a further connecting construction 4.

This, like the connection construction between the plate-shaped elements 1 and the piles 2, 3, will be explained in more detail below.

FIG. 2 shows a cross-section of the dual carriageway along the line II-II in FIG. 1. and show in more detail how the plate-shaped elements 1 are supported by the piles 2, 3, wherein the plate-shaped elements 1 are inclined to the side. The connecting structures between the plate-shaped elements 1 and the piles 2, 3 will be described below with reference to Figs. 2 and 3. Edge partitions 5 are mounted on the side edges of the dual carriageway, which boundary gutters 6 with local water passages 7. This prevents soil from being washed away from the roadsides by rain water running off the two-lane road.

Below the plate-shaped elements 1 a space 8 is present, in which rainwater supplied via the local water passages 7 can be temporarily stored before and during the rainwater infiltrating and / or delayed drainage of the rainwater.

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FIG. 3 shows in further detail a completed connecting structure, more particularly at the location of a pile 3 and two plate-shaped elements 1 situated thereon and next to each other according to the section III-III in FIG. 1.

Each plate-shaped element 1 is provided with adjusting means at predetermined locations comprising a hollow tube 11, a base plate 12, a bore part 13, a hollow pipe stub 14 and a counter plate 15. The hollow tube 11 is with the base plate 12 attached thereto and the base plate 12 attached thereto. counter plate 15 received therein molded into plate-shaped element 1 during manufacture thereof. The upper end of the hollow tube 11 is open and ends in the upper surface of the plate-shaped element 1, whereby the interior of the hollow tube 11 is easily and conveniently accessible from that side. The counter plate 15 received in the hollow tube 11 protrudes and thus forms an anchoring of the hollow tube 11 in the plate-shaped element 1, preferably made of concrete 15. The counter plate 15 is central to (.

provided with a keyhole bore and can thus serve for engaging lifting means for being able to pick up, move and lay down the plate-shaped element 1. A further possible function of the counter plate 15 will be discussed below. The base plate 12 is attached to the underside of the hollow tube 11 by a weld seam and is centrally equipped with the bore part 13 which is provided with an internal thread. In this inner thread an outer thread engages on the outer peripheral surface of the hollow pipe stub 14, which in its upper area is provided with a diametrical slot 16 and in its lower area with a diametrical slot 17. Between the bore 13 and the hollow tube 11 is the base plate provided with vent holes 18. the upper surface of the pile 3 is provided with a cup-shaped recess 19 surrounded by an upright edge 20.

For establishing the connection structure as shown in FIG. 3 can be done as follows.

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After the various piles 2, 3 have been driven in at the predetermined places, a plate-shaped element 1 is supplied, the hollow pipe stubs protruding with respect to the bore part 13 and therefore the underside of the plate-shaped element 1. The plate-shaped element 15 is positioned and deposited thereon with respect to the piles 2, 3, the lower ends of the hollow pipe stubs 14 forming a stop surface taking support on the upper surface of the cup-shaped recess 19. since the plate-shaped element 1 forms part of a road surface, it is of it is of great importance that the plate-shaped element 1 with its upper surface is accurately aligned with respect to the upper surfaces of previously laid and adjacent plate-shaped elements 1. This can be achieved easily but very accurately within relatively wide dimensional tolerances for piles and plate-shaped element by adjustment via the hollow pipe stubs 14, which pass through a suitable engagement in the slot 16 can be rotated, whereby the screw connection to the bore part 13 results in a height adjustment of the plate-shaped element 1 relative to the pile 3. When the final, desired adjustment has been achieved, after the space 21 between the pile 3 and the two plate-shaped elements 1 with sealing means 22 and 23 is closed off, a hardening mass, such as concrete mortar, which is pressed into the space 21 via the slot 17. Air can thereby escape via the vent holes 18, from which the hardening mass will also come out when the space 21 is filled. After the hardening mass has hardened, the pile 3 and the plate-shaped elements 1 are connected into a one-piece whole, the mass hardened in the space 21 with depression 19 providing on the one hand against tearing of the hardened mass and on the other hand an increase of the hardening mass. resistance to horizontal shear forces between the plate-shaped elements 1 and the pile 3.

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It is noted that a laid plate-shaped element 1 can be used as a supply path for a subsequent plate-shaped element 1. In that case it may be preferable that after a first adjustment of the plate-shaped element 1 it is used as a supply path and after that load , if necessary, is adjusted before the hardening mass is applied.

The connecting structure according to FIG. 3 can also be equipped with additional provisions, two of which are indicated in FIG. 4.

In the left part of FIG. 4, through the hollow tube 11, the opening in the counter plate 15 and the hollow pipe stub 14, a hole 24 is drilled in the pile 3. A bore 25 is fixed in the bore 24, for example by means of gluing, which bolt extends beyond the opening in the counter plate 15. Thus, with a washer 26, disc springs 27, a washer 28 and a nut 29, the lower abutment surface of the hollow pipe stub 14 and thus the plate-shaped element 1 can be attracted against the pile 3 with pretensioning. It is noted that the bolt 25 can also be tightened in a manner other than that shown, for example by gluing a screw sleeve into the bore into which the bolt 25 can be screwed.

In the right part of FIG. 4, again through the hollow tube 11, the opening in the counter plate 15 and the hollow pipe stub 14, a hole is drilled in the pile 3, the diameter of that hole being substantially equal to the inner diameter of the hollow pipe stub 14. inserting into the hollow pipe stub 14 and the hole of a pin in the form of a suitable locking housing 30 a safeguard against horizontal shear forces, for example generated by braking vehicles, is obtained between the plate-shaped elements 1 and the pile 3.

In FIG. 4, the upper surface of the pile 3 is not provided with a recess 19, as shown in FIG. 3, but ribs are provided in the form of rings 31 placed after pile-driving, which are preferably made of stainless steel to achieve the same effect as the recess.

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It is noted that the various constructions are shown with a pile head with a wider head which is suitable for supporting two plate-shaped elements 1. It will be clear to the person skilled in the art that in an edge region of the two-lane road where only a plate-shaped element 15 has to be supported, the connecting structure can, as it were, be halved and more limited in size.

In FIG. 5 is the further connecting structure 4 according to section V-V in FIG. 1, with which two plate-shaped elements 1 can be mutually coupled by the piles away from their support. For establishing the coupling, use is again made of hollow tubes 11 with counter plate 15 and base plate to be accommodated in the plate-shaped elements 1, although this base plate can be of a simpler design than that of the adjusting structure. For example, the foot plate 12 'shown is a flat plate with only a central bore for passage of a central tensioning bolt 25'. Furthermore, a coupling plate 32 is present which extends between and is in contact with two foot plates 12 '. The coupling plate 32 is provided with bores for passage of tensioning bolts 25 'extending through the foot plates 12', which are provided on the side remote from the foot plate 12 'with a washer 33 and a nut 34. The other end of the tensioning bolt 25 'again carries, beyond the counter plate 15, an assembly of a washer 26, cup springs 27, a washer 28 and a nut 29, whereby the coupling plate 32 can be pulled against the foot plates 12' with force. As a result of this coupling, an edge of the plate-shaped element loaded, for example by a wheel, in its free-bearing region will be prevented from bending displacement relative to the edge of an adjacent plate-shaped element 1, as a result of which a difference in height when loaded between the two edges can be reduced to a minimum, which considerably improves driving comfort because shocks and tire noise are reduced.

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Depending on the intended load, it may be preferable for the plate-shaped elements to be connected between two supporting points by coupling several of such connecting structures or by carrying out the further connecting structure twice at specific locations. In the latter case, it is preferable to provide the two hollow tubes included in the same plate-shaped element 1 with a single continuous base plate.

In cases where after mounting the underside of the construction is no longer or only very difficult to reach, it is preferable to connect the tensioning bolt 25 ', the nut 34 and the washer 33 to each other, for example by welding them together. Thus, when tightening the nut 29, which is easily accessible via the hollow tube 11, it is prevented that the tightening bolt 25 or the nut 34 starts to rotate.

It is self-evident that within the scope of the invention as laid down in the appended claims, many modifications and variants are possible in addition to those already indicated and discussed above. For example, in the embodiment of FIG. The feeding of hardening mass can be continued until the hollow tube 11 is completely filled. Furthermore, the slot 17 in the hollow pipe stub 14 could be replaced by a lateral outflow opening for hardening mass and the hollow pipe stub 14 could be provided with an inwardly or outwardly extending flange for increasing the contact surface with the pile. Instead of screw-shaped adjusting means, hydraulic adjusting means can also be envisaged, for example by means of a lost piston remaining in the construction and embedded in the hardening mass. The adjusting means can also be arranged in the base plate such that after removal thereof, the adjusting means for repositioning, reset and embedding can be replaced by new ones.

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1. Method for providing an initially adjustable connecting structure between a foundation element and a bulky element carried by it, wherein both elements are brought into a desired position relative to each other by means of adjusting means before the two elements are rigidly connected to each other, characterized in that, after the bulky element has been brought into the desired final position relative to the foundation element in the position carried by the foundation element by adjusting means placed therebetween, it is at least partly surrounding and receiving between the two elements and the adjusting means a curing mass is provided which connects both elements and the adjusting means into a one-piece whole.
2. Method as claimed in claim 1, characterized in that the connecting construction is loaded higher than the weight of the bulky element before the heather elements are brought into their mutual definitive position via the adjusting means.
3. Method as claimed in claim 1 or 2, characterized in that at least one of the two elements is provided with an opening, through which the hardening mass can be arranged at least partially surrounding and accommodating between the two elements and the adjusting means.
4. Method as claimed in claim 3, characterized in that the opening in said element is at least partly bounded by a part of the adjusting means fixedly connected to said element, which part adjustably cooperates with a further part of the adjusting means which is brought into contact with the other element, wherein both parts are provided with a passage, the hardening mass being arranged at least partially surrounding and receiving through the opening and the passage between the two elements and the adjusting means. 1025648
5. Method as claimed in claim 4, characterized in that a connection is formed via at least a part of the passage to a cavity drilled in the other element and a positioning element is arranged therein such that displacement of both elements relative to each other is effected. prevented.
Method according to claim 5, characterized in that the positioning element is secured relative to both elements in such a way that both elements are biased against each other.
A method according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that said one element is a bulky plate-shaped element and said other element is a foundation pile, wherein the plate-shaped element is in several places through a foundation pile, which is connected to the plate-shaped element by a connecting structure. is supported and has an edge which connects to an edge of a similarly supported plate-shaped element, said edges being mutually connected at a distance from a connecting construction by a further connecting construction provided with coupling means, whereby, as a result of loading, the bending of the one edge the other edge is pulled along.
8. Connection construction between a foundation element and a bulky element carried by it, wherein adjusting means are present to bring both elements into a desired position relative to each other, characterized in that the adjusting means are provided with at least two parts which are their position positioning the two elements relative to each other for controllable displaceability, the one part being integrated in said one element and bearably displaceable supporting the other part, which protrudes relative to the one element and is provided with a stop surface which takes support against the other element, wherein the space between the two elements, in which the other part extends protruding from one element to contact with the other element, is at least partially filled with a cured mass, which connects both elements into a one-piece whole.
9. Connecting structure as claimed in claim 8, characterized in that the one part is provided with a hollow tube which is cast in the one element and forms therein at least a part of a wall of a through-opening extending through the one element , and a foot plate attached to one end of the hollow tube, which closes the hollow tube and is provided with a bore part with internal screw thread, and the other part is provided with a hollow pipe stub with an external screw screwed into the internal screw thread of the bore part screw thread, with gripping arrangements arranged at a first end for an adjusting tool and with at least one opening arranged at a second end, which connects the interior of the hollow pipe stub to said space.
Connection structure as claimed in claim 8 or 9, characterized in that where said space is not limited by parts of both elements or the adjusting means seal means limit said space.
11. Connection construction as claimed in claim 10, characterized in that the base plate is provided with at least one vent bore which opens into the hollow tube.
12. Connection construction according to any of claims 8-11, characterized in that the other part is a hollow pipe stub with two open ends and a pin extends in the hollow pipe stub, which extends into a bore provided in the other element.
Connection structure according to claim 12, characterized in that the pin fits with a sliding fit in the hollow pipe stub and in the bore.
14. Connecting structure as claimed in claim 12, characterized in that the pin is anchored in the bore on the one hand and is connected to the hollow tube in a tensionable manner on the other hand. 1025648
15. Connection structure as claimed in any of the claims 8 * 14, characterized in that the other part supports against a recessed surface part of the other element.
16. Connecting structure according to claim 15, characterized in that the recessed surface part is obtained by providing a recess.
Connection structure as claimed in claim 15, characterized in that the recessed part is obtained by arranging at least one protruding rib.
A connection structure according to any one of claims 8-17, characterized in that the adjusting means are provided with at least two sets, each with two parts that can be moved in a controllable manner relative to each other.
19. A connection construction according to any one of claims 8-18, characterized in that said one element is a bulky plate-shaped element and said other element a foundation pile, the plate-shaped element being rigidly connected at several places to a foundation pile and an edge in each case which connects to an edge of a similarly supported plate-shaped element, wherein said edges are mutually connected at a distance from a connecting construction by a further connecting construction in the form of coupling means, which are provided with at least a first anchor member fixed in the one element close to said element edge thereof, at least one second anchor member fixed in the other element near said edge thereof and in the vicinity of the at least one first anchor member and a coupling plate connecting at least one anchor member of one element to an anchor member of the other element.
20. Connecting structure as claimed in claim 19, characterized in that an anchor member is provided with a hollow tube, which is received in a through bore in the relevant element, at least partially covers the wall of the through opening 1025, is provided with a hollow tube with a through-bore closing base plate and a counter plate with a through-bore diametrically extending into the hollow tube, a bolt extending through both through-bores and through a through-bore in the coupling plate, such as that the coupling plate can be pulled against the foot plate by means of the bolt.
21. Adjusting means for use in a method according to any of claims 1-7 and / or a connecting construction according to any of claims 8-20, which adjusting means are provided with a hollow tube with an open end and an end closed by a base plate, in which base plate is a bore part with internal thread, and of a hollow pipe stub with an external screw thread screwable into the internal thread of the bore part, with engagement provisions for an adjusting tool arranged at a first end and with at least one arranged at a second end, opening opening through the wall of the hollow pipe stub.
22. Adjusting means as claimed in claim 21, characterized in that the engaging provisions are formed by arranging two axial slots, diametrically opposed to each other, extending from a head end of the hollow pipe stub.
Adjusting means according to claim 21 or 22, characterized in that an opening which breaks through the wall of the hollow pipe stub is formed by providing an axial slot starting from a head end of the hollow pipe stub.
An adjustment means according to any one of claims 21-23, characterized in that the base plate is provided with at least one vent bore which opens into the hollow tube.
25. Adjusting means as claimed in any of the claims 21-24, characterized in that the hollow tube is provided between its two ends with a diametrically extending counter plate which is provided with a bore aligned with that of the hollow pipe stub.
26. Coupling means for use in a method according to claim 7 and / or a connecting structure according to claim 19 or 20, which coupling means are provided with at least two hollow tubes with open ends, at least two clamping bolts and at least one coupling plate, the hollow tube between the ends is provided with a diametrically extending counter plate which is provided with a bore through which one of the tensioning bolts can extend, which tensioning bolt can also extend through a bore in the coupling plate, which coupling plate is further provided with at least one further bore for passage of a further tensioning bolt, which can extend through a bore in a further counter plate.
27. Coupling means as claimed in claim 26, characterized in that a sealing foot plate is provided at one of the open ends of the hollow tube, which base plate is provided with a bore for passage of a tightening bolt. 1025648
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