RU2509851C1 - Composite rising stage - Google Patents

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RU2509851C1
RU2509851C1 RU2012155874/03A RU2012155874A RU2509851C1 RU 2509851 C1 RU2509851 C1 RU 2509851C1 RU 2012155874/03 A RU2012155874/03 A RU 2012155874/03A RU 2012155874 A RU2012155874 A RU 2012155874A RU 2509851 C1 RU2509851 C1 RU 2509851C1
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Ваньда Коммершиал Плэннинг Энд Рисерч Инститьют Ко., Лтд.
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Abstract

FIELD: construction.
SUBSTANCE: composite rising stage comprises the main stage, substages and the main control system. The main stage comprises a base structure, a fixed guide facility for the main stage, and a driving facility for the main stage. The fixed guide facility for the main stage is located at both ends of the base structure, and a driving facility for the main stage comprises symmetrically located hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic drives. The base structure is supported and vertically moved with usage of hydraulic jacking. Rising substages are fixed on the surface of the main stage platform. When the main stage moves vertically, substages relatively move in the vertical direction, or otherwise the substages move independently. Substages may move either together synchronously or separately, or in a group.
EFFECT: achievement of more flexible kinetic effect and increased range of movement of entire rising stage.
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Description

The present invention relates to a lifting stage, in particular, to a large-scale composite lifting stage, which is driven hydraulically.

The stage lifting platform is a mechanical device commonly found in a theater that is located in the stage area for lifting movement in the vertical direction in order to be used in the presentation and to perform special presentation effects. It can also be used to transport actors, sets, and props. Conventional lifting platforms for the stage in domestic and foreign theaters usually have a long and narrow shape, with a length of approximately 16 m ~ 18 m, which corresponds to the width of the stage of the theater, and with a width of 3 m ~ 4 m. The lifting platform is moved by a drive means such as the use of steel wire ropes, chains, gear racks, screw-nut gears, and so on, on both sides of the platform body structure. The specific drive means depends on speed, range of movement, construction conditions and so on. The lifting platform has a platform structure of a single layer or double layers, which can move up and down when the entire platform rises.

Some special theaters require even longer lifting platforms, and a number of lifting stages can be staggered on the lifting platform to meet more complex presentation requirements. For these lifting platforms, their use will be limited due to the relatively large deformations of the lifting platforms caused by the weight of the platform body structure itself, as well as the weight of passengers. Consequently, traditional transmission paths and drive means cannot satisfy application requirements.

An object of the present invention is to provide a stable, large-scale composite elevating scene that has scenes that are movable relative to each other.

The task is to create a composite lifting scene containing the main scene, scenes and the main control system. The main scene comprises a basic structure, a motionless guide means for the main scene, and drive means for the main scene. The basic structure is a steel structure, a stationary guide means for the main stage is located at both ends of the basic structure, and the drive means for the main stage contains symmetrically located hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic actuators. The upper ends of the hydraulic cylinders are attached to the primary beam under the base structure, and the base structure is supported and vertically moved using hydraulic jacking. Lifting scenes are attached to the platform surface of the main scene. When the main scene moves vertically, the scenes are relatively moved in the vertical direction, or, otherwise, the scenes are moved independently. Scenes can be moved either together synchronously, or separately, or in groups.

Preferably, the stationary guide means for the main scene comprises a fixed support and guide rails located on it, while the base structure has both ends thereof, configured to have guide shoes matching the guide rails.

Preferably, the sub-scenes have a sub-scaffold support structure, a sub-scaffold frame structure, and a sub-scene drive means, the sub-scaffold support structure being attached to the platform surface of the base structure. The frame structure of the subcene is located outside the supporting structure of the subcene. The frame structure of the sub-stage has a rectangular shape, on the frames of the four inner corners of which the guide wheels are attached. At the four outer corners of the support structure of the subcene, guide rails are arranged to coincide with the guide wheels, and the driving means of the subcene is mounted on the surface of the platform of the base structure in each lifting structure of the subcenter to be driven using steel wire ropes that are attached to the four frames of the subcenter frame structure .

Preferably, both inner sides of each corner of the sub-frame frame structure are provided with guide wheels, and both outer sides of each corner of the sub-frame support structure are provided with guide rails.

Preferably, the winch motor with steel wire ropes is located in the middle position, the energy of which is divided into two parts by means of an energy separation gearbox and transmission shafts, and then distributed to the cable end of the steel wire rope through a two-stage gearbox.

Preferably, the driving means for raising the main stage uses 8 hydraulic cylinders that are balanced by position sensors and load sensors. Ring switches are installed to set the limited positions that the lifting scene can reach and the different positions in the range of movement to stop the lifting scene, and the side safety sensors are located under the sides of the base structure.

Preferably, the main scene has a length of 18 m to 33 m, a width of 3 m to 6 m, and a range of lifting movement of the main scene of 15.5 m.

Preferably, the scenes are divided into two rows with 11 in each row, with a cross section of 3 m × 3 m, and a range of lifting movement relative to the main scene of 4 m.

Preferably, the scenes are staggered to the surface of the platform of the main scene.

Preferably, all four sides of the sub-frame frame structure have a depth of 150 mm, and LED screens are mounted on these four sides.

An advantageous effect of the present invention is as follows: the basic structure of the main stage is jacked up using hydraulic cylinders to eliminate large deformations of the lifting stage on a large scale. With a composite structure, the lifting stage can be moved separately or simultaneously. The scaffold lifting structures can be moved either independently or synchronously, or in a group relative to each other. Thus, a more flexible kinetic effect can be achieved to meet the requirements of a better view, and the range of movement of the entire lifting scene can be increased.

The invention is illustrated in the drawings, where:

1 is a structural diagram of an embodiment according to the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a structural diagram showing a connection of a stationary guide means for a main scene and a basic structure according to the present invention.

Figure 3 is a diagram of the structure of the main scene and the lifting structure of the stage according to the present invention, raised to the highest position.

Figure 4 is a diagram of the structure of the main scene according to the present invention, raised to the highest position.

Figure 5 is a diagram of the structure of the main scene and the lifting structure of the stage according to the present invention, lowered to the lowest position.

6 is a schematic diagram of a support structure of a subscene according to the present invention.

Fig.7 is a diagram of the frame structure of the subcene according to the present invention.

Fig. 8 is a diagram showing a connection of a frame structure of a sub-stage and a supporting structure of a sub-stage according to the present invention.

Fig.9 is a diagram of the drive means of the scenes according to the present invention.

The present invention will be further illustrated with reference to the drawings:

The composite scene, as shown in FIG. 1, comprises a main scene, scenes and a main control system, the main scene comprising a basic structure 1, a fixed guide means 2 for the main scene, and driving means 3 for the main scene. The basic structure 1 is a rectangular steel structure. This structure is designed to meet the requirements for supporting and securing lifting structures of the scaffold at rated load. The bending deformation of the structure does not exceed 1/750 of the magnitude of the main scene, and the tolerance of the horizontal position and change of position is ± 2 mm.

A fixed guide means 2 for the main scene is located at both ends of the base structure 1. It contains a fixed support 21 and guide rails 22 located on it. The basic structure 1 has both its ends, made with the possibility of having guide shoes 11 that coincide with the guide rails 22, as shown in figure 2, to ensure stable operation of the main scene. The drive means 3 for the main scene contains symmetrically located hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic drives. The upper ends of the hydraulic cylinders are attached to the primary beam under the base structure. The foundations of hydraulic cylinders are located in the foundation pit at the base. Hydraulic drives are located in the machine room.

In this embodiment, the base structure 1 is jacked up and driven vertically using eight hydraulic cylinders. The arrangement of the hydraulic cylinders provides an evenly distributed load. The hydraulic cylinders are balanced by position sensors and load sensors to ensure horizontal position tolerance and positioning of the lifting stage.

The ring switches are set to set a limit on the height that the lift scene can reach and different positions in the range of travel to stop the lift scene to ensure that the lift scene works safely. Side safety sensors are located under the sides of the base structure 1. When the lower part of the sides touches any object during lifting, the sensors will send a signal to the main control system. Then the main control system will immediately turn off the energy to stop the movement of the lifting stage to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.

Scenes are fixed to the platform surface of the main stage in a checkerboard pattern. As the main scene moves vertically, the elevation structures of the sub-scene move relatively in the vertical direction, or, otherwise, the sub-scenes move independently. As shown in FIGS. 6-8, the sub-scenes comprise a sub-scaffold support structure 4, a sub-scaffold frame structure 5, and a sub-scene drive means 6.

The supporting structure 4 of the subcene is fixed on the surface of the platform of the base structure 1. The frame structure 5 of the subcene is located outside the supporting structure 4 of the subcene. The frame structure 5 of the subscene has a rectangular shape, and on the frames of its four inner corners are mounted adjustable guide wheels 51. The four outer corners of the support structure 4 of the subcases are provided with guide rails 41 to coincide with the guide wheels 51, so that the scenes do not shake during lifting for moving the actors and shifting the load applied to them. Thus, the smooth operation of the sub-frame 5 frame structure can be achieved.

The guide wheels 51 can be moved vertically along the guide rails 41 of the sub-structure supporting structure 4. Both inner sides of each corner of the sub-frame frame structure 5 are provided with guide wheels 51. Both outer sides of each corner of the sub-frame support structure 4 are provided with guide rails 41.

The driving means 6 of the stage are mounted on the surface of the platform of the base structure 1 in each lifting structure of the stage to move them vertically using a winch with steel wire ropes. In the middle position is the engine 61, the energy of which is divided into two parts by means of a gearbox for separating energy and transmission shafts, and then distributed on the end roller 63 for steel wire rope through a two-stage gearbox 62. Steel wire cables are attached to four frames of the frame structure 5 subcents. Such arrangements may allow the raised four points to operate synchronously, as shown in FIG. 9. Each of the scenes is driven vertically through a winch with steel wire ropes and guide wheels. Alternatively, the scenes can be moved relative to each other, while moving together.

All four sides of the frame structure of the 5th stage have a depth of 150 mm. There are LED screens on these four sides, on which you can play the video of the program during the presentation according to the story to sharpen the presentation and improve the presentation effect. By controlling the raising of scenes and combinations of scenes in different positions, various effects of a variable scene can be represented, and the director can fully express his imagination and expression.

The main scene can have a length of 18 m-33 m, a width of 3 m-6 m, and a range of lifting movement of 15.5 m. In this embodiment, the main scene has a length of 33 m, a width of 6 m. The scenes are divided into two rows, s 11 in each row, which are used to compose different presentation heights and appearance of the main scene during the presentation. Each of the scenes has a cross section of 3 m × 3 m, and a range of movement of 4 m relative to the main scene. When interacting with the main scene, its effective demonstration area of the scene can vary from a height of 4 m above to 15.5 m below the surface of the main scene. In the lowest position, defining a predetermined storage area in the under-space below the stage can be moved to the composite lifting stage.

The movement of the main scene and sub-scenes is controlled by the main control system. They can be moved separately or synchronously. Scenes can move independently, synchronously, or work in a group so that more flexible kinematic effects are achieved to meet the requirements of a better view, and the range of movement of the entire elevation scene can be increased.

The above description contains only preferred embodiments for illustrating the invention, and in no way limits the scope of the invention. Any equivalent changes and modifications made to the claimed scope of the invention are intended to fall within the scope of the invention.

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1. Composite lifting scene containing the main scene, the scenes and the main control system, characterized in that the main scene contains a basic structure, a fixed guide means for the main scene, and a drive means for the main scene, and the basic structure is a steel structure, fixed guide means for the main scene is located at both ends of the base structure, and the drive means for the main scene contains symmetrically located hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic drives; while the hydraulic cylinders are attached to the primary beam under the base structure with its upper part, and the base structure is supported and brought into vertical movement using hydraulic jacking; lifting scenes are attached to the platform surface of the main scene; moreover, when the main scene moves vertically, the scenes are relatively moved in the vertical direction, or, otherwise, the scenes are moved independently; and the scenes can be moved either together synchronously, or separately, or in a group.
2. The composite lifting stage according to claim 1, characterized in that the stationary guiding means for the main stage comprises a fixed support and guide rails located on it, while both ends of the base structure are made with the possibility of combining the guide shoes with the guide rails.
3. The composite lifting stage according to claim 1, characterized in that the stages have a base structure of the stage, the frame structure of the stage, and the driving means of the stage, and the supporting structure of the stage is attached to the surface of the platform of the base structure, and the frame structure of the stage is located outside the supporting structure of the stage, moreover, the frame structure of the subscene has a rectangular shape, on the frames of the four inner corners of which the guide wheels are attached, and at the four outer corners of the supporting structure, the subcases guide rails for alignment with the guide wheels, and scoring drive means are mounted on the platform surface of the base structure for driving with a winch with steel wire cables that are attached to the four frames of the scaffold frame structure.
4. The composite lifting stage according to claim 3, characterized in that both inner sides of each corner of the frame structure of the subscene are made with guide wheels, and both outer sides of each corner of the supporting structure of the subscene are made with guide rails.
5. Compound lifting stage according to claim 3 or 4, characterized in that in the middle position there is a winch engine with steel wire ropes, the energy of which is divided into two parts by means of an energy separation transmission and transmission shafts, and then distributed to the end roller for steel wire rope through a two-stage gearbox.
6. The composite lifting stage according to claim 3, characterized in that all four sides of the sub-frame frame structure have a depth of 150 mm, and LED screens are installed on these four sides.
7. The composite lifting stage according to claim 1, characterized in that the driving means for raising the main stage uses 8 hydraulic cylinders that are balanced by position sensors and load sensors, the ring switches being set to set the limited positions that the lifting stage can reach, and different positions in the range of movement to stop the lifting scene, and the side safety sensors are located under the sides of the base structure.
8. The composite lifting stage according to claim 1, characterized in that the main stage has a length of 18 m to 33 m, a width of 3 m to 6 m, and a range of lifting movement of the main stage of 15.5 m.
9. The composite lifting scene of claim 8, wherein the sub-scenes are divided into two rows with 11 in each row, with a cross section of 3 m × 3 m, and a range of lifting movement relative to the main scene of 4 m.
10. The composite lifting stage according to claim 1, characterized in that the scenes are fixed to the surface of the platform of the main stage in a checkerboard pattern.
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