TW201608086A - Light steel roof truss with continuous structural beams - Google Patents

Light steel roof truss with continuous structural beams Download PDF

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TW201608086A
TW201608086A TW104102603A TW104102603A TW201608086A TW 201608086 A TW201608086 A TW 201608086A TW 104102603 A TW104102603 A TW 104102603A TW 104102603 A TW104102603 A TW 104102603A TW 201608086 A TW201608086 A TW 201608086A
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Abstract

The invention relates to a light steel roof truss with continuous structural beams. The light steel roof truss comprises the continuous structural twin beams, structural columns and fixing parts. The structural columns in the roof truss and the continuous structural twin beams are combined in a crossing mode and are not cut off or disconnected at the joints. The roof trusses are connected through overlap combination of the continuous structural twin beams and the structural columns, and the continuous structural twin beams and the structural columns are not cut off or disconnected at the joints. According to the light steel roof truss, the structure is more reasonable, the roof truss structural supporting is more stable, the connecting process of various supporting pieces of the light steel roof truss is better simplified, error accumulation in the roof truss installation process is eliminated, structural strength of the roof truss is enhanced, and the light steel roof truss is more suitable for actual use.

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Three-dimensional light steel frame composed of two-way continuous double beams

PRIORITY CLAIM OF THE INVENTION The present application claims priority to U.S. Patent No. 201410035766.3, entitled "S. s. in.

The invention relates to the field of light steel construction, in particular to a three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam for light steel construction.

Light steel buildings using light steel roof trusses have entered a period of rapid development in China and have been widely used in industrial buildings. Light steel houses have become a new field and a new growth point for light steel structure applications. At present, the cost of light steel construction is generally higher than that of traditional concrete structures, but it has competitive advantages such as fast construction, energy saving and emission reduction. More and more construction units have recognized the superiority of light steel structures and have gradually become the preferred structural form for industrial buildings, and have also been widely used in low-rise civil buildings.

Light steel construction using light steel roof trusses has significant improvements in terms of architectural design, structural design, and fabrication and installation techniques. Currently used light steel roof truss structural beams, structural columns, etc. are generally connected by means of docking (such as fixed or hinged). Since a large number of structural beams, structural columns, and the like are used in the light steel roof truss of the present structure, the jointing method causes a complicated joining process and at the same time, a serious error accumulation occurs. The inventor's patent number submitted on August 20, 2009 is 200920171128. 9. The utility model patent entitled "Light steel roof truss with continuous double beam structure". However, the patent still has the following deficiencies: the patent does not refer to the slab, roof, reinforced lightweight composite slab, anti-lateral force pull rod and other components, and cannot form a complete three-dimensional light steel structure, the continuous double beam is not clear The relationship to the continuous double beam, the three-dimensional frame assembly is difficult, and the individual components and the overall frame structure are insufficient. In addition, the continuous double beam in this patent cannot meet the requirements of different sections according to different stress conditions, resulting in waste of material use. The continuous double beam can not adopt different single beam combination lacking flexibility according to different requirements; the roof truss and The connection between the trusses adopts a continuous double-beam overlapping combination, and the continuous double-beam connecting members are too long to cause difficulty in assembling the frame, and the two-way continuous double-beam overlapping combination causes space waste, and causes uneven stress on the column and beam joints. .

The use of distributed components to assemble light steel (such as cold-formed thin-walled steel) on site is to fix individual steel frame columns or steel frame braces to the pre-embedded anchor bolts. The number of steel frame columns and braces Large, the position of the embedded anchor bolt fixing parts needs to be measured and positioned on site, so the pre-buried process is very complicated, and the accuracy of the position of these pre-embedded anchor bolt fixing joints is difficult to grasp, and the positioning is actually constructed. The process is quite time consuming and laborious. The inventor's patent number ZL200920158989.3, which was submitted on June 30, 2009, is entitled "Integrated Positioning Steel Frame for Light Steel Construction". The above problems are solved, but the following disadvantages exist: The embedded bolt fixing connector is only fixed at one point of the bottom of the integrated positioning steel frame member, can not maintain vertical, and is easily loosened during construction. At the same time, the embedded bolt must be assembled and locked after the foundation concrete reaches a certain strength. Steel frame.

Square steel parts commonly used in the field of light steel construction are generally square steel tubes or butt welded with two C-shaped steels. The bolt holes of the closed square steel pipe connected with other components can only be processed by drilling or flame cutting, and cannot be punched by punching, which leads to high processing cost; the closed square steel pipe cannot be joined with other components by using the locking high-tension bolt. Thereby greatly reducing the bearing capacity of the joint. In order to prevent rust, galvanization is generally performed after the processing of the square steel pipe is completed, which results in high production cost. For example, C-beam butt welding with two galvanized steel sheets is formed by rolling, and this processing method will destroy the rust-proof layer of the galvanized steel sheet. The invention patent of the patent no. 201010216616.4 entitled "Square Light Steel Member with Reinforcing Parts" was filed by the inventor on June 30, 2010. The above problem is solved, but the following technical deficiencies still exist: When the inner cavity of the square steel pipe is filled with concrete or cement mortar, the compressive strength of the cross section of the column is far greater than the overall pressure bearing capacity of the column determined by the slenderness ratio of the square steel pipe column, that is, The reinforcing member does not function because the concrete or cement mortar does not reach the pressure resistance, so the reinforcing member is not necessary, and the square light steel member provided with the reinforcing member cannot be buckled during transportation, which wastes transportation space. And transportation costs.

In order to reduce the weight of the floor and to enhance the waterproofness and fire prevention of the floor, the inventor's application number entitled "Light Composite Floor" submitted by the inventor on February 4, 2013 solves the above problem, but the technical solution of the patent In actual use, there are also the following defects: the "light composite floor slab" described in the patent mainly reduces the thickness of the slab and reduces the weight of the slab, but reduces the thickness of the slab so that the slab is frustrated when subjected to lateral pressure, thereby reducing the slab in three Dimensions The ability of a complete architectural structure to deliver horizontal forces.

In the light steel structure, the wall keel and the wall are properly strengthened and combined to achieve the skin effect. The patent number submitted by the inventor on April 14, 2009 is ZL 2009 2 0147815.7. The invention patent of the wall with the skin effect structure, the patent number 201310664792.8 filed on December 10, 2013, and the name "wall with skin effect" can solve the above problems, but the following also exist Weakness: In the above technical solution, the partition material layer causes the reinforced mesh to be unable to be well joined with the keel, resulting in a one-sided skin effect loss.

In order to achieve safety, energy saving, environmental protection and cost saving, the inventor's patent number ZL201110023291.2 submitted on January 20, 2011 is the invention of "wall with a spliced steel mesh structure". The patent can solve the above problems, but it also has the following weaknesses: the positioning support member is not stable enough to locate the steel mesh and the wall body, and at the same time, the whitewashing layer is likely to be longitudinally positioned to support the cracking of the support member.

In view of the shortcomings of the above-mentioned existing light steel structure, the inventor has actively researched and innovated based on the practical experience and professional knowledge of designing and manufacturing such products for many years, and with the use of academic principles, in order to create a new structure light steel structure. It is possible to improve the existing existing wall to make it more practical. After continuous research, design, and repeated trials of samples and improvements, the invention has finally been created with practical value.

The main object of the present invention is to overcome the defects of the existing light steel building, in particular, the existing housing system of the existing three-dimensional structure of the light steel building in the structure and construction, the investment in the production equipment, the wall and the interior equipment are too complicated. Moreover, it requires a professional construction team to start to work, and the cost is generally higher than that of the traditional brick-concrete structure, which leads to the difficulty in promoting the light industrialized wall building materials in many industrialized and underdeveloped areas, and proposes a new type of two-way continuous The three-dimensional light steel frame composed of double beams is designed to strengthen the structural strength of the light steel frame, so that traditional wet wall structures such as masonry blocks, concrete, soil and other heavy building materials can be used together, steel component production and on-site construction process Simplify and reduce capital investment while allowing non-building professionals to participate in the construction.

Another object of the present invention is to form a three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam. The technical problem to be solved is to simplify the structure, meet the standards of safety and environmental protection of the building, and facilitate on-site construction, thereby saving material and cost.

The object of the present invention and solving the technical problems thereof are achieved by the following technical solutions.

Definition: "Continuous double beam" means that the continuous double beam is composed of continuous single beams of the same or different structure, and the continuous single beams are respectively disposed on both sides of the outer edge of the column. The continuous single beam and the column are continuously continuous at the intersection; and the connection between the roof truss and the truss is also continuous and single-beam and the column are cross-coupled, and the single beam and the column at the joint are not cut off or Intermittent. In the prior art, the beam or column is cut off at the intersection of the beam and the column.

The meaning of "embedded continuous single beam" means that the upper and lower edges of the L-shaped steel, the C-shaped steel, and the Z-shaped steel are cut and embedded within the two sides of the column, and the embedded single beam is disposed at the web. The locking connection hole is bolted to the locking connection hole provided by the column, so that the beam is uninterrupted or not cut off.

"Single beam overlap" means that when a single beam is selected from L-shaped steel, flat steel, or single-piece truss beam, it overlaps at the end of a single beam, and the upper chord of a single beam and/or a single truss beam And/or the lower chord web is provided with a locking connection hole and a locking connection hole provided on each side of the column to be bolted and locked; when the single beam is selected from a C-shaped steel and/or a Z-shaped steel, the overlapping is continued The overlapping wings of the end of the single beam are cut off, and the locking connection holes are arranged at the single beam webs and the locking connection holes provided on both sides of the column are tightly connected by bolts.

"Single beam connector continuous connection" means that a locking connection hole is provided in the connecting member and a locking connection hole is respectively arranged at the single beam web and a locking connection hole provided on each side of the column is locked by a bolt. Connection, wherein the connecting member is an L-shaped steel, a U-shaped steel or a flat steel.

The present invention relates to a three-dimensional lightweight steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam, comprising beams, beams and/or beams, columns, slabs (preferably all or part of a reinforced lightweight composite slab), lateral force braces and/or A tie rod, wherein the beam is a continuous double beam, and the continuous double beam is composed of a continuous single beam of the same or different structure; the continuous double beam and the column are successively arranged on both sides of the outer edge of the column Single beam; the continuous single beam and the column remain continuous at the node without interruption.

The invention is further provided with a reinforcing structure. The individual components and the three-dimensional integral structure of the three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the two-way continuous double beam are strengthened, and the component production and on-site installation are simplified; the components can be assembled in parallel to facilitate the component replacement and elastic transfer; The continuous single beam further adopts a single beam continuous connection to solve the assembly problem when all are continuous beams; the steel member is preferably galvanized steel coil cutting and/or cold bay rolling forming, and the member can be rolled once. Compression molding, which is conducive to automated production and the production and on-site installation of the components without welding, without any welds that damage the galvanized layer, can solve the rust problem; the on-site assembly of the components is fixed by bolts, used by non-construction professionals The simple tool can be installed; the continuous double beam and the column are arranged with a continuous single beam on both sides of the outer edge of the column to eliminate the accumulation of errors during the installation process; the individual members are provided with a reinforcing structure to eliminate the installation gap The instability, which in turn reduces construction costs, makes it more practical.

In an embodiment of the invention, the three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam of the present invention is provided with a slab and/or roof (roof), a part of the slab or all of the reinforced lightweight composite slab, and an optional setting resistance The lateral force pull rod makes the three-dimensional integral frame structure perfect. In an embodiment of the invention, the two-way continuous double beam is a plane-crossing two-direction continuous double beam, wherein the meaning of two-way (ie, two-direction) refers to one A continuous double beam of direction or dimension and a continuous double beam of another direction or dimension at the node connected to the column, the two dimensions of the continuous double beam overlap or interspersed to form a bending moment, tensile force or Anti-stress mechanism.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous double beam is composed of a continuous single beam of the same or different structure, which is advantageous for practical use.

In the general light steel construction, the light steel structure is configured with a large number of the small columns, and the beam and column are difficult to connect. The continuous double beam and the column proposed by the invention are respectively provided with a continuous single beam on both sides of the outer edge of the column, and the continuous single beam and the column are continuously continuous at the node; the error accumulation of the beam continuous connection can be reduced, and the connection node of the beam and beam can be simplified Process.

In an embodiment of the invention, the column includes a structural main column, a small column, a reinforcing column vertically arranged in the block and/or the infill wall, and a column disposed in the truss beam; wherein the structure main column clamp In the middle of the bidirectional continuous double beam, the reinforcing columns vertically arranged in the small column, the block and/or the infill wall are sandwiched between the continuous double beams; preferably, the columns have the same width in one direction, and the column and the wall reinforcement structure Combines to form a strong anti-lateral force framework.

In an embodiment of the invention, the beam comprises a level beam and/or a diagonal beam, a truss beam upper chord and/or a lower chord, and/or a ground beam; the ground beam makes the positioning of the column easier, the framework and The basic joining process is simplified. In a preferred embodiment, the beam is preferably a double beam formed by combining the same single beam, the single beam adopting a single piece truss beam, the single piece truss beam including upper string, lower string, shear resistance bracing The upper and lower strings are made of L-shaped steel, and the shear-resistant diagonal bracing is composed of L-shaped steel/plate-shaped steel/round steel. The ground beam in this embodiment can further replace the ring beam to reduce the cost of construction.

In another embodiment of the present invention, the continuous double beam is composed of a continuous single beam of the same or different structure; the continuous single beam is selected from the group consisting of an L-shaped steel, a C-shaped steel, a Z-shaped steel, a flat steel, and a single One or more of the truss beams; wherein the rafters and/or rafters are one or more of a C-shaped steel, a Z-shaped steel, and/or a single-piece truss beam; the single-piece truss beam includes a winding, a lower string, and an anti-frame Shear bracing, the upper and/or lower chords are L-shaped steel; the column is composed of one or more of C-shaped steel, open square steel, bent square steel, square steel, and the open square steel is further open Concrete/or cement mortar is poured between square sections. In the above solution, continuous single beams, columns and truss beams of different structures can be selected and combined according to actual needs.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous single beam adopts a single-piece truss beam, and the single-piece truss beam includes a top chord, a lower chord, a column, and a struts, and the upper chord and/or the lower chord adopt an L-shaped steel. The uprights and/or braces are selected from the group consisting of L-shaped steels, flat shaped steels and/or circular sections, which can increase the section modulus and/or of the continuous single beams, thereby enhancing structural forces, By saving material usage, the single-piece truss beam can intersperse between the double beams of different dimensions, saving space and evenly stressing the column beam joints.

In an embodiment of the invention, the open square steel further injects concrete and/or cement mortar between the open square sections. This embodiment does not require the provision of reinforcing members, while facilitating transportation and saving transportation space.

In an embodiment of the invention, the bent square steel is rolled into a square shape by cold bending of the steel plate, and the two ends of the steel plate are crimped at a 90-degree angle at a square corner joint, and each of the two ends is rolled. The staples are pulled at an appropriate distance. This is beneficial to the use of steel coil cold bay rolling forming processing, and the square steel column can be provided with bolt locking connection holes on all four sides to facilitate the connection with the double beam, which is 90 degree crimping at the square corner buckle. The stability of the end portion of the thin steel plate is strengthened, and the flanges of the two ends are respectively pulled at an appropriate distance by using a nip, and the splicing portion of the column is not opened.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous single beam is provided with a locking connection hole at the beam web and a locking connection hole provided on each side of the column to be tightly connected by a bolt. This simplifies the tight connection of the beam and column, simplifies the machining process and simplifies field assembly techniques.

In an embodiment of the invention, the L-shaped steel, the C-shaped steel, the Z-shaped steel, and the open square steel are further provided with a bead. This increases the stability of the end of the steel sheet. Preferably, the widths of the upper and lower edge flaps of the C-shaped steel and the Z-shaped steel are different. Therefore, the width of the lower edge embedded in the fitable column is used as a template, and there is no seam at the time of grouting, and the upper edge thereof is required according to the need. Widening, which increases the tensile strength and thus is more practical.

In an embodiment of the present invention, the L-shaped steel, the C-shaped steel, the Z-shaped steel, the open square, the bent square steel, and the flat steel in the above embodiment are preferably cut and/or galvanized steel coils. Cold Bay is rolled and formed. The galvanized steel coil is cut according to the design size and/or cold-rolled, and the processing procedure is simple, and there is no scrap, saving labor cost and material cost, which is beneficial to automatic production. Moreover, in the cutting/cold bay rolling forming process, the galvanized layer is not damaged, and no secondary galvanizing process is required, thereby saving money.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous single beam is continuous with a single beam. This facilitates the assembly of the three-dimensional framework as well as the assembly of the continuous single beam overlength members. At the same time, it can meet the requirements of different sections for continuous single beams under different stress conditions and different functional requirements.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous single beam is overlapped by a single beam. Where the continuous single beam is selected from the group consisting of an L-shaped steel, a flat steel and/or a single-piece truss beam, the single beam overlap continues to mean the overlapping end of the single beam, the winding of the single beam and/or the single truss beam a locking connection hole is provided at the lower stringing web and a locking connection hole provided on each side of the column is tightly connected by a bolt; wherein the single beam is selected from a C-shaped steel and/or a Z-shaped steel, wherein The overlapping splicing is to cut off the overlapping flaps of the overlapping ends of the single beams, and the locking connecting holes are arranged at the single beam webs to be tightly connected with the locking connecting holes provided on both sides of the column.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous single beam is continuous with a connector. Wherein, the connecting member is connected to the connecting member, and the locking connecting hole is respectively arranged with the locking connecting hole provided at the single beam web and/or the locking connecting hole provided on both sides of the column to be locked by bolts. The connecting member is preferably a U-shaped steel or a flat steel. This method maintains the structural characteristics of the continuous double beam.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforced lightweight composite floor slab used in part or in whole comprises a lightweight composite slab, a stringer, an anti-lateral force tie rod (preferably a horizontal anti-lateral force pull rod), and/or a stencil cement mortar. The ceiling is integrated with connectors. The light composite floor is placed above the purlin, the horizontal anti-lateral force rod and/or the stencil cement mortar ceiling is placed under the purlin; the light composite floor is well connected to the purlin to make the lightweight composite floor resist frustration Reinforcement, the top of the crucible also obtains a good lateral restraint, thereby improving its anti-frustration ability, and an anti-lateral force pull rod and/or a steel mesh cement mortar ceiling is disposed under the purlin and is connected with the purlin so that A good lateral constraint is obtained under the stringer to increase its resistance to frustration. At the same time, the anti-frustration ability of the stencil cement mortar ceiling is enhanced, thereby further improving the ability of the three-dimensional complete frame to transmit the leveling force.

In an embodiment of the invention, the preferred thickness of the lightweight composite floor is about 50 mm above the height of the wave top of the profiled steel sheet. According to the specifications and general habits, the thickness of the concrete and/or cement mortar must be more than 50 mm above the wave top of the profiled steel plate, and a steel bar or spot welded steel mesh is required. The main bearing capacity of the lightweight composite floor in the present scheme comes from the profiled steel plate, and the poured concrete and/or cement mortar mainly provides the lateral binding force of the upper edge of the groove of the corrugated or folded profiled steel plate and the lower edge of the steel plate. In turn, the bearing capacity is increased, so that it is not necessary to provide reinforcing steel or spot welded steel mesh in the concrete and/or cement mortar, and only need to provide anti-cracking net/or crack-proof fiber.

In an embodiment of the invention, the connecting member is a sleeve self-tapping screw, the sleeve is closely attached to the self-tapping screw, and one end or both ends of the sleeve is expanded to form a pressure bearing gasket, When the self-tapping screw locks the profiled steel plate to connect the stringer, an effective shear pin is formed.

In an embodiment of the invention, the profiled steel plate is coupled to the stringer therein by a connecting member, wherein the connector comprises a tapping screw, a sleeve and/or a pressure bearing gasket, the sleeve and the self-tapping screw In close fitting, the sleeve further employs an end expansion sleeve, and the end expansion sleeve is expanded at one or both ends to form a pressure bearing gasket.

In a preferred embodiment, wherein the spacing of the stringers is less than 180 centimeters, the thickness of the lightweight composite floor slab is reduced, thereby mitigating the floor slab.

In an embodiment of the invention, the lateral force-resisting rods are tensioned and the single-diagonal and/or double-diagonal slabs can be flexibly configured according to the structural design. The tie rod is preferably a strip steel, the strip is combined with the stringer by a connecting member, and the connecting member is a self-tapping screw; the strip can be attached to the stringer for convenient decoration and convenient to adopt the self-tapping The screw is combined with the purlin.

In an embodiment of the invention, the steel mesh in the stencil cement mortar ceiling is preferably a reinforced expanded steel mesh having a V-shaped mesh bone and an expanded mesh surface, the reinforced mesh The connecting member is combined with the stringer, the connecting member is a self-tapping screw/or a gas steel nail, and the cement mortar has a built-in crack-proof mesh/or crack-proof fiber; the steel mesh cement mortar ceiling forms a strong skin effect sheet. Providing the fire protection performance of the purlin and the reinforced lightweight composite slab as a whole.

In an embodiment of the present invention, in order to overcome the defects of the prior art "light steel roof truss with continuous double beam structure" and insufficient structural strength of the overall frame structure, in one embodiment of the present invention, the bidirectional continuous double beam The three-dimensional light steel frame is constructed according to different specific components, for example, beams, beams and/or beams, columns, walls, floors and/or roofs, anti-lateral force braces and/or tie rods, etc. The components are provided with one or more reinforcing structures to increase the structural forces of the specific components as well as the overall frame.

In the existing light steel roof truss, the continuous double beam protrudes from the outside of the column, and when the side of the wall is flush with the side of the column, the beam protrudes from the wall, and the decoration is not easy, and the protruding outer wall is liable to cause water leakage; when the dry construction method is adopted, The cavity between the continuous double beams forms a fire smoke path and is not suitable for fire prevention. In order to overcome this drawback, in an embodiment of the present invention, an embedded continuous single beam is adopted, and the embedded continuous single beam is an L-shaped steel, a C-shaped steel, and a Z-shaped steel whose upper and lower edges are cut off within the two sides of the column. Embedding; when one side of the wall is flush with one side of the column, the beam does not protrude from the wall, and the decoration is easy and does not cause water leakage. When the dry construction method is adopted, the cavity between the continuous double beams is blocked, and the fire smoke barrier is formed to facilitate fire prevention.

In a preferred embodiment, the reinforcing structure is further formed by an open square steel in the lower girders of the truss beam, the open square steel opening is upward (ie, facing other components connected thereto), and is cut and placed in the truss beam. The steel plate at the intersection of the column and the diagonal bracing is provided with a locking connection hole on the steel plate on both sides of the open square steel, and is bolted to the locking connection hole provided by the column and the diagonal bracing in the truss beam. This solution facilitates the pouring of concrete/or cement mortar between the cavities of the open square steel.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is an optional positioning hole provided at the intersection of the beam and the column center line of the three-dimensional light steel frame composed of the bidirectional continuous double beam; the positioning hole is bolted on site assembly Tightening is fixed and/or inserted into the circular steel bar. Since all the components are bolted in the locking connection hole, there is a construction gap between the locking connection hole and the bolt, and the gap accumulation causes the assembly deviation of the end member, and the positioning hole is beneficial for reducing the gap accumulation and enabling the field assembly. Quick and precise positioning.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is between the double beams, and/or between the cavities of the columns, and/or between the cavities of the open square steel of the lower chord of the truss beam Fill concrete and / or cement mortar. The reinforcing member can enhance the strength and stability of the light steel component, the load of the dispersing bolt on the steel plate around the locking connecting hole, and the structural instability caused by the construction gap between the locking connecting hole and the bolt can be eliminated.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is fixed by a self-tapping screw locking around the bolt locking member after the frame is corrected, the self-tapping screw being between the double beams, and/or in the The concrete/or cement mortar is removed between the cavities of the columns and/or between the cavities of the open square sections of the lower chord of the truss girder. Since all the components are bolted at the locking connection holes, the construction gap between the locking connection holes and the bolts cannot be stabilized. Since the self-tapping screws are locked without gaps, the self-tapping screws are locked to ensure no displacement after the correction. The concrete and/or cement mortar is poured and consolidated, and there is no construction gap between the locking connecting holes and the bolts, and the frame is stable. Optional, self-tapping screws can be removed.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is filled between the double beams, and/or between the cavities of the columns, and/or between the cavities of the open square steel of the lower beams of the truss beams and / or cement mortar. The reinforcing structure can enhance the strength and stability of the light steel component, and the dispersing bolt can load the core load of the steel plate around the connecting hole, and eliminate the structural instability caused by the construction gap between the locking connecting hole and the bolt. Preferably, steel members for reinforcing the structural strength are provided in the concrete and/or cement mortar, and the steel members may be steel bars, or stirrups or prestressed steel wires. The steel member further enhances the tensile strength and pressure resistance of the member. Further preferably, the stirrups are selected from the group consisting of square stirrups, round stirrups and/or spiral stirrups or round steel mesh. The stirrups can increase the compressive capacity of the concrete and/or cement mortar. Further preferably, the prestressed steel wire is further a prestressed steel wire to which a sleeve is added. This can enhance the tensile strength of the prestressed steel wire and reduce the displacement caused by the force of the component.

In an embodiment of the invention, the column includes a structural main column, a small column, a reinforcing column disposed in the block and/or the infill wall (preferably in a vertical configuration), and a column and a bracing disposed in the truss beam The above-mentioned steel bar, casing, and prestressed steel wire pass through the column; the steel bar, the casing, and the prestressed steel wire can be continuously cut without being cut.

In an embodiment of the invention, the continuous single beam is provided with a locking connection hole at the beam web and a locking connection hole provided on each side of the column to be tightly connected by a bolt. Since the components of the three-dimensional light steel frame composed of the two-way continuous double beam are mostly cold-formed thin-walled steel, the bolts form a weak point on the load-bearing load of the steel plate around the connection hole. Preferably, the reinforcing structure is provided for the light steel structure, and the reinforcing structure is provided with a thickened steel plate for reinforcing around the beam or the column locking connection hole; the thickened steel plate dispersing the bolt to the nuclear load of the steel plate surrounding the connecting hole. The thickened steel plate is joined to the beam or column by means of an additional steel plate for splicing and/or without splicing and/or welding. Therefore, the material is saved, the process is simple, and the automation operation is facilitated.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is a punching groove around the beam locking connection hole, and the punching groove is embedded in the locking connecting hole of the column for reinforcement. This structure makes the bolt locking connector tightly locked and flush with the wall, making the decoration easy. Further, a stamping groove around the beam locking connection hole is embedded in the column, and concrete and/or cement mortar is poured between the cavities of the column to form a strong and gapless connection.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is reinforced by superimposing members on the outer side of the double beam. Since most of the members are cold-formed thin-walled steel, the bolts form a weak point on the load-carrying load of the steel plate around the locking connection hole, especially in the stress-concentrating member portion, for example, a vertical anti-lateral force bracing surrounding relevant node. The solution of the invention is reinforced on the outer side of the double beam, and the stress of the original continuous double beam and the joint is shared. Moreover, the reinforcement of the superimposed member is only strengthened for the insufficient structural force of the whole beam, and the cross section of the entire beam is not required to be strengthened, which can save materials. Preferably, in the form of the double beam, the superposed member may be an L-shaped steel, a U-shaped steel, a C-shaped steel, a flat steel, a square steel and/or a square wood. In particular, the use of square wood to cut off the cold bridge. Cold bridges are a major disadvantage of light steel in cold areas because steel is a good heat transfer body that will pass heat or cold.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure is such that a thermally conductive insulating spacer is added between the double beam and the outer superposed member. When the superimposed member adopts the L-shaped steel, the U-shaped steel, the C-shaped steel, the flat steel and/or the square steel, a heat conductive insulating gasket is added between the double beam and the outer superposed member to block the cold bridge .

In an embodiment of the invention, the column includes a structural main column, a small column, a block and/or a reinforcing column disposed in the infill wall, and a spot welded steel wire mesh and/or a woven wire mesh at the periphery of the column and / or expansion of the wire mesh package, and cement mortar with the block wall to form a reinforcement structure. The reinforcing structure can combine the block wall with the three-dimensional light steel frame integral frame formed by the two-way continuous double beam, so that the overall frame structure can be strengthened.

In an embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing structure overcomes the defects existing in the prior art, for example, the embedded bolt fixing connector is only fixed at a point on the bottom of the integrally positioned steel frame member, and cannot maintain vertical, during construction. It is easy to be loosened by collision, and the embedded bolt must be assembled and locked to the steel frame after the foundation concrete reaches a certain strength. The reinforcing structure described in the embodiment is provided with a bolt reinforcing gasket in an integrated positioning steel frame provided with a pre-embedded bolt reinforcing gasket, and the bolt reinforcing gasket is disposed above the C-shaped steel embedded bolt hole The bolt reinforcing spacer is provided with a bolt positioning connecting hole for fixing the pre-embedded bolt; the pre-embedded bolt can maintain vertical, and the pre-embedded bolt is not easily loosened by collision during construction. Preferably, the embedded bolt further locks the pull-proof nut under the bolt reinforcing gasket and/or below the C-shaped steel embedded bolt hole; the pull-proof nut can prevent the steel structure from being assembled and positioned When the embedded bolt is locked, the bolt is pulled out. Therefore, it is not necessary to assemble and lock the steel structure after the foundation concrete reaches a certain strength, thereby saving the construction period.

In the prior art, a continuous double beam and a column are respectively disposed on both sides of the outer edge of the column, and the sectional size of the column is often limited by the fact that the bidirectional continuous double beam cannot increase the fragile link of the integral structure, if other The replacement of the column described above makes it difficult to assemble a three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam. In an embodiment of the invention, the steel column and/or the reinforced concrete column are wrapped on the outer side of the main column of the structure, and the concrete column or cement mortar is filled between the steel column and the main column of the structure; the steel column is only assumed as a false assembled component. Assembling the load, the structural forces of the structural column are replaced by steel columns and/or reinforced concrete columns on the outside of the structural column. The steel column and/or reinforced concrete column may be interrupted and/or continuous at the beam-column intersection, and may be adjusted according to the overall structure.

In an embodiment of the invention, precast concrete wall panels and/or prefabricated lightweight concrete wall panels and/or precast hollow concrete wall panels are disposed between successive double beams. This shortens the construction period and reduces labor costs.

In an embodiment of the present invention, in order to overcome the defect that the ribbed expanded mesh can not be well joined with the keel in order to overcome the layer of the partitioning material in the skin effect wall, thereby causing the defect of the one-side skin effect, the present invention is An anti-lateral force pull rod is disposed on one side of the partition material layer to avoid the defect of the one-side skin effect loss. Preferably, the anti-lateral force pull rod is preferably a strip steel, the strip is combined with the column by a connecting member, the connecting member is a self-tapping screw; the strip steel can be closely attached to the column to facilitate the partition of the material layer and The rib expansion mesh is arranged, and at the same time, the self-tapping screw is conveniently combined with the column.

Further, in an embodiment of the invention, the skin effect wall body is further provided with a reinforcing member, the reinforcing member comprises a fixing gasket and a crack prevention device, and the fixing gasket is closely attached to the The V-shaped mesh groove is used as the air gun nail holder; the fixing gasket material is preferably a hard plastic; preferably, the skin effect structure wall includes the column, and the column includes the structure The main column and/or the small column, the structural steel column of the main column and/or the small column is thick, and the gas steel nail is not easy to be nailed, and the fixing gasket provides a better gas steel nail nailing constraint. Increasing the penetration force allows the reinforced expansion mesh to have a strong bond with the column; the anti-cracking device is a fiberglass mesh, or a metal spot welded wire mesh, or a fiber-reinforced concrete fiber embedded in the cement mortar layer. Preferably, the reinforced mesh is quickly fixed by using an air gun nail to avoid cracking of the cement mortar layer and enhance the skinning effect of the wall.

The prior art discloses a wall body having a spliced steel mesh structure, the wall body comprising a steel mesh, a lateral pulling structural member, a longitudinal positioning supporting member and a filling layer, wherein the filling layer is filled between the steel meshes on both sides, The steel mesh on both sides is fixedly connected with the longitudinal positioning support member, and the lateral pulling structural member passes through the filling layer, and the two ends thereof are respectively fixed on the longitudinal positioning supporting members fixedly connected with the steel mesh on both sides; the steel mesh and the lateral pulling The structural member, the longitudinally positioned support member and the filling layer integrally form a wall having a pull-type stencil structure. However, the longitudinal positioning support member is not sufficiently stable to position the steel mesh and/or the wall, and it is easy to cause the whitewashing layer to be longitudinally positioned to support the member crack.

An embodiment of the invention discloses a metal reinforced expanded steel mesh spliced wall body, the wall body comprising the pillar, the diagonal bracing disposed between the beam and the column, the metal reinforced expanded steel mesh, the drawing component, And/or an insulating layer, and/or a vertical support member on the outside of the V-shaped mesh wall of the metal-reinforced expanded steel mesh, said metal-reinforced expanded steel mesh being disposed on both sides of said column, said metal on one side The reinforced mesh is fixed to the column by the fixing member, the fixing member is a self-tapping screw and/or an air gun nail; and the metal reinforced expanded steel mesh on the one side can be stably fixed, the wall The physical energy is attached to the column and/or the braces to maintain precise positioning.

Further, in an embodiment of the invention, the drawing member pulls the V-shaped mesh bone of the metal-reinforced steel and/or the supporting member placed on the outside of the metal-reinforced expanded steel and perpendicular to the V-shaped mesh bone, The support member of the metal reinforced expanded steel perpendicular to the V-shaped mesh is retained/removed after completion of the filling layer; since one metal reinforced expanded steel is fixed on the column and the struts, it is not required The longitudinally positioning supporting member, the pulling member directly pulls a V-shaped mesh bone of the metal-reinforced steel to make the pulling force stable and average; and the metal-shaped expanded steel outer V-shaped mesh bone The vertical support member can enhance the metal reinforced expanded steel structure force when the filling layer is filled, and there is no lateral thrust after the filling layer is consolidated, and the vertical support member removal does not cause the wall to expand outside, and does not cause the stucco layer to be formed. Cracking occurs in the support member along the longitudinal direction.

In an embodiment of the invention, the anti-lateral force pull rod is disposed between the column and the column, and the anti-lateral force pull rod is preferably a strip steel; the wall surface is not protruded to facilitate the subsequent wall surface construction process or Renovation; the upper end of the strip is provided with a locking connection hole and a locking connection hole of the column to be tightly locked by bolts; the construction is convenient; the lower end of the strip is provided with a tensioning hole for tensioning; the lower end of the strip is bent 90 degrees and the The column is fixed by a self-tapping screw on one side of the anti-lateral force rod and the other side of the column; after the strip is tensioned, the self-tapping screw and the column are fixed on the side of the anti-lateral force rod. Then, the lower end of the strip is bent at 90 degrees, and after being applied to the other side of the column, the final locking is performed with a self-tapping screw, and the final locking and bending force of 90 degrees can effectively exert the strip steel together. The advantage of the tensile strength of the section.

In an embodiment of the invention, the ground beam is preferably a continuous double beam, the continuous double beam is formed by a combination of continuous single beams of the same structure, and the continuous single beam adopts a single piece of truss beam, The monolithic truss beam comprises a top chord, a lower chord, a column, a struts, the upper chord and the lower chord are L-shaped steel, and the column and the struts are composed of an L-shaped steel piece or a flat-shaped steel piece or a circular shape steel, The ground beam is further covered with a concrete filling column. The ground beam can form a good shear resistance and anti-bay mechanism.

According to the above technical solution, the three-dimensional light steel frame composed of the bidirectional continuous double beam proposed by the invention has at least the following advantages: The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam proposed by the invention simplifies the production of the light steel component, and invests in production equipment Small; bolted and fixed, the existing installation can be simplified, non-building professionals can participate in the construction; the double-beamed column construction components can be assembled in parallel, which facilitates component replacement and elastic transfer, and facilitates on-site assembly; It adopts galvanized steel coil cutting and/or cold bay rolling forming, and the components can be rolled and formed at one time, which is beneficial to automatic production; the production of the components and the existing installation do not need to be welded, and the galvanized layer is not damaged to prevent rust; The reinforcement of the components and the overall structure is conducive to the use of traditional wet wall construction, such as masonry blocks, concrete, soil and other heavy construction materials and recycled old building materials can be used together, so that the construction cost is reduced to make it more suitable for practical use; In particular, the construction of a continuous double beam and a column with a continuous single beam on both sides of the outer edge of the column eliminates Accumulation of errors during loading.

Through the above technical solutions, the present invention has many advantages and practical values as described above, and no similar structural design is disclosed or used in the same product, and it is innovative, regardless of the structure or function of the product. The big improvement has made great progress in technology, and has produced good and practical effects. Compared with the existing light steel roof trusses, it has many advantages, which is more suitable for practical use and has extensive use value of the industry. Chengxin is a new, progressive and practical new design.

The technical solutions of the present invention can be more clearly explained and can be implemented in accordance with the contents of the specification, which will be described in detail below with reference to the drawings and specific embodiments of the present invention.

In order to further illustrate the technical means and efficacy of the present invention for achieving the intended purpose of the present invention, the three-dimensional light steel frame constructed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to the present invention will be specifically described below with reference to the accompanying drawings and preferred embodiments. , structure, characteristics and efficacy, as detailed below. Please refer to FIG. 1 , which is a schematic diagram of a three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam of the present invention. The roof inclined beam 12, the horizontal beam 11, the ground beam 14, the single piece truss beam 15, the truss beam 13, the stringer/strip 16, the integrally positioned steel member 55, the main column 21, the small column 22, and the wall reinforcing column 23 are illustrated. The outer part of the main column of the structure is provided with a reinforcing member 24, a bracing 41, a tie rod 42, a composite wall structure 62 having a skin effect structure, a block wall 63, a reinforced expanded steel net-knotted wall 64, and a reinforced lightweight composite floor slab. 31.

Please refer to FIG. 2 for a schematic diagram of the beam-column section and the beam-column grouting reinforcement structure according to the present invention. Figure 2-1 shows a schematic diagram of the beam 1 member which can be 1/L: L-shaped steel beam, with flanged L-shaped steel beam at the end, 1/U: U-shaped steel beam, different widths of the upper and lower edges U-shaped steel beam, with U-shaped steel beam at the end, l/C: C-shaped steel beam, different width of the upper and lower edges, C-shaped steel beam, and crimped C-shaped steel at the end Beam, l/Z: Z-shaped steel beam, flanged Z-shaped steel beam at the end, l/P: flat steel beam, l/W: square wooden beam, 15: single truss beam. Figure 2-2 shows the structure of the column 2 member can be 2/U: U-shaped steel column, 2/C: C-shaped steel column, 2/RO: open square steel column, 2/RC: bent square steel column, pull Nail 510. Figure 2-3 shows the reinforcement structure of the beam 1, column 2, concrete / or cement mortar 601 grouting.

Please refer to FIG. 3 for a schematic diagram of a single beam continuation of the present invention. Figure 3-1 is a schematic diagram of the single beam overlapping and continuing; the overlapping butt joints of the two single beams 1 are provided with a locking connection hole 70, and the overlapping partial wings are cut off, the abdominal plate overlaps and the column is locked. The connecting hole 70 is tightly connected by a bolt 510. Figure 3-2 shows a schematic diagram of the overlapping of the single-piece truss beams; the single-piece truss beam 15 is continued at the column 2, and the upper chord 151 of the two single-piece truss beams 15 is an L-shaped steel beam 1/L And the lower chord 152 is an L-shaped steel beam 1/L, and the connecting ends of the two ends are connected with the column 2 to provide a locking connection hole 70, and the two continuous single beams 1 are overlapped by the difference in size and simultaneously connected with the column. 70 is tightly connected by bolts 510. FIG. 3-3 is a schematic diagram of the splicing of the single beam connecting member; the two spliced single beams 1 are contiguously connected at the column 2, and the continuation ends of the two continuation single beams are provided with a locking connecting hole, and the connecting The locking connection hole provided by the member 512 is tightly connected by the bolt 501, and the locking connection hole provided by the connecting member 512 is tightly connected with the locking connection hole provided by the column, and the connecting member 512 is U-shaped steel. / or L-shaped steel / or flat steel.

Referring to Figure 4, there is shown a schematic view of a reinforced lightweight composite floor panel 31 of the present invention. Figure 4-1 is a schematic perspective view of the reinforced lightweight composite slab 31; the reinforced lightweight composite slab 31 comprises a lightweight composite slab 311, a stringer 16, an anti-lateral force rod 42 and/or a stencil cement mortar ceiling 32, elements The lightweight composite floor 311 is disposed above the stringer 16 with the anti-lateral force rod 42 and/or the stencil cement mortar ceiling 32 disposed below the stringer 16. Figure 4-2 is a schematic view of a light composite floor 311; the lightweight composite floor 311 includes a floor slab, and the floor slab is a wavy profiled steel plate 52 / or a folded profiled steel plate 52, The connecting member 51 is connected with the profiled steel plate 52 and the stringer 16, the upper part of the profiled steel plate 52, or the cement mortar 601, and the concrete/cement mortar 601 is provided with a crack-proof mesh/or crack-proof fiber 531. 4-3 is a schematic view of a profiled steel plate connecting member 51; the connecting member includes a self-tapping screw 502, a sleeve 513 and/or a pressure receiving gasket 514, and the sleeve 513 is closely attached to the self-tapping screw 502. The sleeve further adopts an end expansion sleeve 5131, and one end or both ends of the end expansion sleeve 5131 expand to form a pressure bearing gasket. Figure 4-4 shows a schematic view of a folded profiled steel plate. Figure 4-5 shows a schematic view of a corrugated profiled steel plate. 4-6 is a schematic view of a ribbed expanded mesh 54 having a V-shaped mesh bone 541 and an expanded mesh surface. 4-7 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the reinforced expanded mesh 54; the reinforced expanded steel mesh 54 has a built-in anti-cracking net and/or anti-cracking fiber for the cement mortar described in the V541-shaped mesh bone and the expanded mesh surface. 4-8 is a cross-sectional view showing one of the options of the reinforced lightweight composite floor panel 31; an anti-lateral force pull rod 42 is disposed under the rafter 16, and the connecting rod of the rafter 16 and the anti-lateral force pull rod 42 is a self-tapping screw 502. / or gas steel nail 515, above the stringer is a light composite floor 31. 4-9 is a cross-sectional view showing one of the options for reinforcing the lightweight composite floor panel 31; below the stringer 16, a steel mesh cement mortar ceiling 32 is provided, and the steel mesh cement mortar ceiling 32 includes a reinforced mesh 54 and a cement mortar 61. The cement mortar 61 has a built-in anti-cracking net and/or a crack-proof fiber 531, and the connecting rod of the purlin 16 and the steel mesh cement mortar ceiling 32 is a self-tapping screw 502/or a gas steel nail 515, and the top of the purlin 16 is a light composite Floor 31.

Please refer to FIG. 5 , which is a schematic diagram of the embedded continuous single beam and the steel rod bending and locking reinforcement structure of the present invention. Figure 5-1 shows a schematic view of an embedded continuous single beam; the embedded continuous single beam 1 is an L-shaped steel beam 1/L, a C-shaped steel beam 1/C, a Z-shaped steel beam The upper and lower edges of 1/Z are cut and embedded within the two sides of the column 2, and the embedded single beam 1 is provided with a locking connection hole 70 at the web and a locking connection hole 70 provided by the column 2 to be connected by a bolt 501. . FIG. 5-2 is a schematic view showing a bending and locking reinforcement structure of a steel rod; wherein the upper end of the steel rod 42 is provided with a locking connection hole 70 and a locking connection hole 70 of the column 2 with a bolt 501 tightly. Locking connection; in order to facilitate the tensioning construction; the lower end of the steel strip is provided with a tensioning hole 72 for tensioning; after the steel strip is tensioned and positioned, the self-tapping screw 502 and the column 2 are fixedly fixed on the side of the setting rod 42, and then The lower end of the strip is bent 90 degrees, and the other side of the post 2 is attached with a self-tapping screw 502 for final locking.

Referring to Figure 6, a schematic view of a single truss beam 15 of the present invention is shown. 6-1 is a schematic view of the elevation of the single-piece truss beam 15; the single-piece truss beam 15 includes a winding 151, a lower chord 152, and a diagonal 153, and the upper chord 151 and/or the lower chord 152 are L-shaped. Profile steel 1/L, which is composed of L-shaped steel 1/L and/or flat-shaped steel 1/P/ or circular steel; the single-piece truss beam 15 is in the upper chord 151 and the lower chord 152 The locking connection hole 70 provided on the contact surface of the column 2/ and the truss beam column 213 and the locking connection hole 70 provided on both sides of the column 2/ and the truss beam column 213 are tightly connected by bolts 510. Figure 6-2 shows a plan view of a single-piece truss beam 15; the continuous single-piece truss beams 15 are respectively disposed on both sides of the outer edge of the column 2, and the continuous single-piece truss beam 15 is The column 2 is continuously uninterrupted at the cross-connection, and the continuous single-piece truss beam 15 is further spliced; preferably, the single-piece truss beam 15 is overlapped. The double monolithic truss beam 15 is tightly connected to the column by bolts 501. 6-3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the monolithic truss beam 15; the continuous monolithic truss beam 15 is interspersed with the continuous beam 1. 6-4 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the single-piece truss beam 15; the continuous single-piece truss beam 15 upper chord 151 and lower chord 152 are tightly coupled to the truss beam upright 213 by a locking connection. The perspective view of the single piece truss beam 15 is shown in Figures 6-5.

Referring to Figure 7, a schematic view of the truss beam 13 of the present invention is shown. 7-1 is a schematic perspective view of the truss beam 13; the truss beam 13 includes a truss beam upper chord 131, a truss girder lower chord 132, a truss girder 213, a truss girder 134, and the truss girder The upper chord 131 and the truss lower chord 132 are combined by a continuous single beam of the same or different structure, and the continuous single beams are respectively disposed on both sides of the outer edge of the column 2, the continuous single beam and The column 2, the truss beam column 213, and the truss beam struts 134 are tightly connected by bolts 501. Figure 7-2 shows a schematic view of the truss beam elevation. 7-3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the truss beam 13; between the cavities of the truss girder upper beam 131, between the cavities of the open square steel of the truss girder lower chord 132, and between the cavities of the truss girder 213 The concrete/or cement mortar 601 is poured between the cavities of the truss beam braces 134. Figure 7-4 shows a schematic view of a steel member and a poured concrete/or cement mortar 601 disposed between the two beams; a steel member for reinforcing the structural strength is disposed between the double beams, and the steel member is steel Rod 501, or stirrup 506, or prestressed steel wire 507, or prestressed steel wire casing 508, and poured concrete/or cement mortar 601.

Please refer to FIG. 8 , which is a schematic diagram of the reinforcement of the beam-column connecting hole thickening steel plate 13 and the punching groove 71 of the present invention. FIG. 8-1 is a schematic diagram of the reinforcement of the beam 1 and the stamping groove 71 of the beam 1; the beam 1 or the column 2 is provided with a thickened steel plate 518 for reinforcing the periphery of the connection hole 70 or The punching groove 71 is fixed by the self-tapping screw 502 around the bolt locking member. 8-2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the stamping groove; the beam 1 stamping groove 71 is embedded in the locking connection hole 70 of the column 2, and is tightly connected by a bolt 501. Inter-fill concrete/or cement mortar 601. 8-3 is an enlarged schematic view of the stamping groove 71; the stamping groove 71 is embedded in the locking connection hole 70 of the column 1 and is tightly connected by a bolt 501, and the column is tightly connected. The hole 70 has a diameter larger than the punching groove 71 around the beam locking connection hole. Figure 8-4 shows a schematic cross-sectional view of the stiffened steel plate 518 of the column beam member locking connection hole. FIG. 8-5 is a schematic diagram of a reinforcing façade of the column beam member locking connection hole thickening steel plate 518; the thickened steel plate 518 is made of an external steel plate to be spliced and/or spliced to the beam or Column bonding.

Please refer to FIG. 9 for a schematic view of a partial frame reinforcing structure of the present invention. Figure 9-1 is a schematic view of a partial frame reinforcement structure elevation; the frame reinforcement structure includes a concrete/solid mortar 601 between the double beams 1 and a precast concrete wall panel 68 between the double beams 1 The periphery of the column 2 is wrapped by a steel mesh 53 and is joined with the cement mortar 61 between the block walls 63, the outer joint member 511 of the beam 1, and the heat conductive insulating spacer 503 between the beam 1 and the outer stacking member. Figure 9-2 shows a schematic cross-sectional view of the concrete/cement mortar 601 between the two beams. 9-3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the outer layer superimposing member 511 of the beam 1; a heat conducting insulating spacer 503 is added between the outer layer superimposing member 511 of the beam 1 and the outer layer superimposing member 511. FIG. 9-4 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the superposing member 511. 9-9 is a schematic plan view of the periphery of the column 2 wrapped by a steel mesh 53; the periphery of the column 2 is wrapped with a wire mesh 53 or a woven wire mesh/or expanded wire mesh and the block The wall 63 is combined with cement mortar 61. 9-6 is a schematic cross-sectional view of a precast concrete wall panel 68 disposed between two beams; the double beam 1 is provided with precast concrete wall panels 68 or prefabricated lightweight concrete wall panels/precast hollow concrete walls. board.

Referring to Figure 10, there is shown a schematic view of an integrally positioned steel frame 55 of the present invention. Figure 10-1 shows a schematic view of the elevation of the integrally positioned steel frame 55; the integrated positioning steel frame includes a horn horse 554, a bolt reinforcement gasket 552, a pre-embedded bolt positioning C-shaped steel 551, a pre-buried snail 553, anti-pull nut 555. Figure 10-2 shows a partial perspective view of the integrally positioned steel frame 55; the column 2 and the horn 554 are tightly connected by bolts 501, and the horn 554 is tightly connected with the embedded bolt 553, and the bolt is embedded. The 553 is fixed to the pre-embedded bolt reinforcing washer 552 and the pre-embedded bolt positioning C-shaped steel 551. FIG. 10-3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the pre-embedded bolt positioning C-shaped steel 551; the pre-embedded bolt positioning C-shaped steel 551 is provided with an embedded bolt locking connection hole 70. 10-4 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the bolt reinforcing spacer 552; the bolt reinforcing spacer 552 is provided with the embedded bolt locking connection hole 70. 10-5 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the pull-out nut 555; the bolt reinforcing washer 552 is disposed on the pre-embedded bolt positioning C-shaped steel 551, and the pull-out nut 555 is disposed on the Below the bolt reinforcement washer 552/or the pre-embedded bolt is positioned below the C-shaped profile steel 551.

Referring to Figure 11, there is shown a schematic view of a composite wall 62 having a skin effect structure of the present invention. Figure 11-1 shows a schematic view of a wall 621 having a skin effect structure on both sides of the column; the main column 21, the small column 22, the wall wall column 23, and the skin effect structure wall on both sides Face 621. 11-2 shows a partially enlarged plan view; including the small column 22, the metal reinforced mesh 54, the cement mortar layer 61, the crack-proof mesh and/or the crack-proof fiber 531, and the self-tapping screw 502/ Or gas steel nail 515, filling wall 66. 11-3 shows a partially enlarged cross-sectional view; including a metal ribbed expanded mesh 54, a cement mortar layer 61, a crack-proof mesh and/or a crack-proof fiber 531, a self-tapping screw 502, or a gas steel nail 515. , the wall 66 is filled. FIG. 11-4 is a schematic view showing a wall body on which one side of the column is provided with a skin effect structure wall surface 621 and an anti-lateral force pull rod 42 is disposed on the other side; the main column 21, the small column 22, and the wall wall column are included. 23. One side has a skin effect structure wall surface 621, an anti-lateral force rod 42 and an insulating layer 65. 11-5 shows a partially enlarged plan view; including the small column 22, the metal reinforced mesh 54, the cement mortar layer 61, the crack-proof mesh and/or the crack-proof fiber 531, and the self-tapping screw 502/ Or gas steel nail 515, infill wall 66, anti-lateral force rod 42 and insulating layer 65. 11-6 shows a partially enlarged cross-sectional view; including a metal reinforced expanded mesh 54, a cement mortar layer 61, a crack-proof mesh and/or a crack-proof fiber 531, a self-tapping screw 502, or a gas steel nail 515. The wall 66, the lateral force-resisting rod 42 and the insulating layer 65 are filled.

Referring to FIG. 12, there is shown a schematic view of a wall-reinforced reinforcing spacer 517 having a skin effect structure of the present invention. 12-1 is a schematic view showing the configuration of the reinforcing fixing pad 517; the structure main column 21, the small column 22, the rib expanded mesh 54, and the reinforcing fixing pad 517. 12-2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the reinforcing fixed gasket 517; including the structural main column 21, the small column 22, the reinforced mesh 54, the reinforcing fixed gasket 517, the cement mortar 61, the crack prevention net, and / or crack-proof fiber 531.

Please refer to FIG. 13 for a schematic view of the walled body 64 of the reinforced expanded mesh of the present invention. FIG. 13-1 is a schematic plan view of the ribbed expanded mesh showing the wall 64; including the structural main column 21, the small column 22, the reinforced mesh 54, the reinforced mesh 541, and the wall The body drawing member 67, the filling wall 66, and the cement mortar 61. Figure 13-2 shows a schematic perspective view of the ribbed expanded mesh wall 64; including the structural main column 21, the small column 22, the reinforced mesh 54, the reinforced mesh 541, the wall The body drawing member 67, the filling wall 66, and the cement mortar 61. 13-3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the ribbed expanded mesh wall 64; including the main column 21, the small column 22, the reinforced mesh 54, the reinforced mesh 541, and the wall. The body drawing member 67, the filling wall 66, and the cement mortar 61.

Referring to Figure 14, there is shown a schematic view of the reinforcing member 24 disposed outside the main column of the structure of the present invention. 14-1 is a schematic view showing the arrangement of the reinforcing member 24 disposed outside the main column 21 of the structure; the structural main column 21, the reinforcing member 24 and the beam 1 are disposed outside. 14-2 is a schematic view of a reinforcing member of a concrete column 215; including the structural main column 21, the beam 1, the reinforcing bar 516, the stirrup 506, and the concrete 60. 14-3 is a schematic view of a reinforcing member of the steel column 214; including the structural main column 21, the beam 1, the steel column 214, the concrete/or cement mortar 601.

The above is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention. Although the present invention has been disclosed in the above preferred embodiments, it is not intended to limit the present invention. A person skilled in the art can make some modifications or modifications to equivalent embodiments by using the above-disclosed technical contents without departing from the technical scope of the present invention. It is still within the scope of the technical solution of the present invention to make any simple modifications, equivalent changes and modifications to the above embodiments.

1‧‧ ‧ beam 11‧‧‧Horizontal beam 12‧‧‧ Roof beam 13‧‧‧ truss beam 131‧‧‧ truss beam upper chord 132‧‧‧ truss beam lower string beam 134‧‧‧ truss beam bracing 14‧‧‧Ground 15‧‧‧Single truss beam 151‧‧‧Single truss girder upper chord 152‧‧‧Single truss girder lower chord 153‧‧‧Single truss beam bracing 16‧‧‧檩/桁条 1/L‧‧‧L-shaped steel beam 1/U‧‧‧U-shaped steel beam l/C‧‧‧C-shaped steel beam l/Z‧‧‧Z-shaped steel beam l/P‧‧‧ stencil-shaped steel beam 1/W‧‧‧square wooden beams 2‧‧ ‧ column 21‧‧‧ main column 22‧‧‧column 23‧‧‧ wall reinforcement column 24‧‧‧Strength components are placed outside the main column of the structure 213‧‧‧ truss beam column 214‧‧‧ steel column 215‧‧‧ concrete column 2/U‧‧‧U-shaped steel column 2/C‧‧‧C-shaped steel column 2/RO‧‧‧Open square steel column 2/RC‧‧‧Bent square steel column 3‧‧‧ Floor 31‧‧‧Enhanced lightweight composite floor 311‧‧‧Light composite floor 32‧‧‧Steel mesh cement ceiling 41‧‧‧ struts 42‧‧‧ lever 501‧‧‧ bolt 502‧‧‧ Self-tapping screws 503‧‧‧Heat conductive insulation gasket 505‧‧‧ round steel 506‧‧‧ stirrups 507‧‧‧Prestressed steel wire 508‧‧‧Prestressed steel wire casing 509‧‧‧卯nail 510‧‧‧ pull nail 511‧‧‧ superimposed components 512‧‧‧Continuous connection plate 513‧‧‧ casing 5131‧‧‧End expansion sleeve 514‧‧‧ Pressure gasket 515‧‧‧ gas steel nails 516‧‧‧Rebar 517‧‧‧Reinforced fixed gasket 518‧‧‧thick steel plate 51‧‧‧Formed steel plate connectors 52‧‧‧Formed steel plate 53‧‧‧Steel net 531‧‧‧Fracture nets and / or crack-proof fibers 54‧‧‧Stretched net 541‧‧‧ reinforced mesh 55‧‧‧Integrally positioned steel components 551‧‧‧Integral positioning C-shaped steel 552‧‧‧Pre-embed bolt reinforcement gasket 553‧‧‧Pre-embedded bolts 554‧‧‧Angle 555‧‧‧Anti-drawn nut 60‧‧‧ concrete 601‧‧‧ concrete/or cement mortar 61‧‧‧Cement mortar 62‧‧‧Composite wall with skin effect structure 621‧‧‧with skin effect structure wall 63‧‧‧Block wall 64‧‧‧Stretched steel mesh knotted wall 65‧‧‧Insulation 66‧‧‧filled wall 67‧‧‧ wall drawing parts 68‧‧‧Precast concrete wall plate 70‧‧‧Lock connection hole 71‧‧‧ Stamping groove 72‧‧‧Tighten the hole

Figure 1 is a schematic view of a three-dimensional light steel frame constructed by the bidirectional continuous double beam of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a schematic view showing the beam-column section and the beam-column grouting reinforcement structure according to the present invention; FIG. 3 is a schematic view showing the single-beam continuous connection according to the present invention. Figure 4 shows a schematic view of a reinforced lightweight composite floor panel 31 of the present invention. FIG. 5 is a schematic view showing the embedded continuous single beam and the steel rod bending and locking reinforcement structure according to the present invention. Figure 6 shows a schematic view of a single piece truss beam 15 of the present invention. Figure 7 shows a schematic view of the truss beam 13 of the present invention. FIG. 8 is a schematic view showing the reinforcing structure of the beam-column locking hole thickening steel plate 13 and the punching groove 71 according to the present invention. Figure 9 is a schematic view showing the partial frame reinforcing structure of the present invention. Figure 10 is a schematic view of the integrally positioned steel frame 55 of the present invention. Figure 11 is a schematic view of a composite walled structure 62 having a skin effect structure in accordance with the present invention. Figure 12 is a schematic view of a wall-reinforced reinforcing spacer 517 having a skin effect structure according to the present invention. Figure 13 is a schematic view of the ribbed expanded mesh splicing wall 64 of the present invention. Fig. 14 is a schematic view showing the reinforcing member 24 disposed outside the main column of the structure according to the present invention.

11‧‧‧Horizontal beam

12‧‧‧ Roof beam

13‧‧‧ truss beam

14‧‧‧Ground

15‧‧‧Single truss beam

16‧‧‧檩/桁条

21‧‧‧ main column

22‧‧‧column

23‧‧‧ wall reinforcement column

24‧‧‧Strength components are placed outside the main column of the structure

31‧‧‧Enhanced lightweight composite floor

41‧‧‧ struts

42‧‧‧ lever

55‧‧‧Integrally positioned steel components

62‧‧‧Composite wall with skin effect structure

63‧‧‧Block wall

64‧‧‧Stretched steel mesh knotted wall

Claims (30)

  1. A three-dimensional lightweight steel frame comprising a bidirectional continuous double beam comprising beams, beams and/or beams, columns, walls, slabs and/or roofs, lateral force braces and/or tie rods, characterized in that Wherein the beam is a continuous double beam, and the continuous double beam is formed by a combination of continuous single beams having the same or different structures, and the continuous single beams are respectively disposed on both sides of the outer edge of the column. The continuous single beam and the column are continuously uninterrupted at the cross joint; the floor slab may be selected in whole or in part as a reinforced lightweight composite slab.
  2. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 1, wherein: the column comprises a structural main column, a small column, and a reinforcing column disposed in the block-filled wall, and is disposed in the truss beam a column, a struts disposed between the column and the column, disposed on the truss beam column, and/or disposed on the truss beam struts; the beam includes a level beam, a slant beam, and a truss beam a winding beam and/or a truss beam lower chord, and/or a ground beam; the continuous single beam being one or more selected from the group consisting of an L-shaped steel, a C-shaped steel, a Z-shaped steel, a flat steel, and a single truss beam The rafter or stringer is selected from one or more of a C-shaped steel, a Z-shaped steel, and/or a single-piece truss beam; the single-piece truss beam includes a winding chord, a lower chord, and a shear-resistant diagonal bracing. The upper chord and/or the lower chord are L-shaped steel, and the shear bracing is composed of an L-shaped steel and/or a flat steel and/or a circular steel; the column is made of a C-shaped steel, an open square steel, and a curved One or more of a square-shaped steel and a square steel, the open square steel is further formed in an open square shape The concrete and/or cement mortar is poured between the steel; the bent square steel includes a square shape of the steel plate cold-rolled, and a curl of 90 degrees at both ends of the steel plate at the square corner fastening, the curling of the two ends The zipper is respectively pulled at an appropriate distance by a nipper; the locking connection hole provided at the beam web of the continuous single beam and the locking connection hole provided on each side of the column are tightly connected by bolts.
  3. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 2, wherein the L-shaped steel, the C-shaped steel, the Z-shaped steel, and the open square steel are further provided with a bead; the C-shaped steel, The width of the upper and lower edge flaps of the Z-shaped steel is the same or different; the L-shaped steel, the C-shaped steel, the Z-shaped steel, the open square, the bent square steel, the flat steel are preferably cut and/or galvanized steel coils and/or Cold Bay is rolled and formed.
  4. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 1, wherein the continuous single beam further adopts a single beam continuous connection, and the single beam continuous connection comprises a single beam overlapping and/or single The beam connector is continued.
  5. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 1, wherein the floor slab is wholly or partially reinforced lightweight composite slab, and the reinforced lightweight composite slab comprises light composite slab, rafter and anti-lateral force. The tie rod and/or the stencil cement mortar ceiling, the components are integrated by a connecting piece, the lightweight composite floor is arranged above the purlin, and the anti-lateral force rod and/or the stencil cement mortar ceiling is arranged under the purlin.
  6. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 5, wherein: the light composite floor slab comprises a floor slab, and the floor slab is a wavy profiled steel plate or a folded profiled steel plate. The thickness of the profiled steel plate is from 30 mm to 50 mm; the profiled steel plate is poured with concrete and/or cement mortar; the concrete and/or cement mortar is built with anti-cracking net/ Or a crack-proof fiber; the concrete and/or cement mortar has a thickness within 50 mm of the wave top of the profiled steel plate; the profiled steel plate is joined with the stringer by a connecting member, the connecting member comprises a self-tapping screw and a sleeve a tube and/or a pressure-bearing gasket, the sleeve being in close contact with the self-tapping screw, the sleeve further adopting an end expansion sleeve, and the end expansion sleeve is expanded at one end or both ends to form a pressure bearing gasket The spacing of the beams is less than 180 cm; the anti-lateral force pulling rods are used to pull the jaws into a single diagonal/or double diagonal, the rods are preferably strip steel, and the strip is connected by the connecting piece and the The purlins are combined, the connecting member is a self-tapping screw; The stencil cement mortar ceiling comprises a steel mesh, the stencil is a reinforced expanded steel mesh; the reinforced expanded steel mesh has a V-shaped mesh and an expanded mesh surface, and the reinforced expanded mesh is connected by a joint The connecting rod is combined; the connecting member is a self-tapping screw and/or a gas steel nail, and the cement mortar has a built-in anti-cracking net and/or a crack-proof fiber.
  7. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the continuous single beam is made of an L-shaped steel, a C-shaped steel, or a Z-shaped steel. The continuous single beam is an embedded continuous single beam, and the embedded continuous single beam is an L-shaped steel, a C-shaped steel, and the upper and lower edges of the Z-shaped steel are cut and embedded within the two sides of the column, the embedded single The beam is provided at the web with a locking connection hole and a locking connection hole provided by the column to be bolted.
  8. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the three-dimensional continuous steel frame structure of the two-way continuous double beam is further provided with one or more reinforcing structures. .
  9. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the lower girders of the truss beam further adopt an open square steel, the open square steel opening is upward, and the shank is disposed in the truss beam The steel plate is cut off at the intersection of the column and the diagonal bracing, and the steel plate on both sides of the open square steel is provided with a locking connection hole and a locking connection hole provided by the column and the diagonal support in the truss beam to be bolted.
  10. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is provided with positioning holes at the intersection of the beam and the column center line at the beam and the column when the individual members are processed, The positioning holes are fixed by bolts or round steel bars.
  11. A three-dimensional light steel frame constructed of a bidirectional continuous double beam as claimed in claim 8 or 9, wherein the reinforcing structure is between the double beams, and/or between the cavities of the columns, and/or Concrete/or cement mortar is poured between the cavities of the open square steel of the lower chord of the truss beam.
  12. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8 or 9 or 11, wherein the reinforcing structure is fixed by a self-tapping screw locking around the bolt locking member after the frame is corrected, Self-tapping screws are poured between the double beams, and/or between the cavities of the columns, and/or between the cavities of the open square sections of the lower chord of the truss girder and/or Remove or retain cement mortar afterwards.
  13. A three-dimensional light steel frame constructed of the bidirectional continuous double beam of claim 8 or 9 or 11, wherein the reinforcing structure is between the double beams and/or between the cavities of the columns And/or providing a steel member for reinforcing the structural strength between the cavities of the open square steel of the chord beam of the truss beam, and pouring concrete/or cement mortar, the steel member being a steel rod or a stirrup , or prestressed steel wire.
  14. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam of claim 13, wherein the stirrup is selected from the group consisting of a square stirrup, a circular stirrup/or a spiral stirrup/or a circular steel mesh, the pre-predetermined The stress steel wire is further pre-stressed steel wire for the casing.
  15. A three-dimensional light steel frame constructed of a bidirectional continuous double beam of claim 13 or 14, wherein the steel rod, casing, prestressed steel wire passes through the column.
  16. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is provided with a thickened steel plate for reinforcement around a beam or column locking connection hole, and the thickened steel plate is adopted. The additional steel plate is joined to the beam or column in a spliced and/or spliced and/or welded manner.
  17. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is a punching groove around the beam locking connection hole, and the punching groove is embedded in the locking of the column The connecting holes are connected by bolts, and the diameter of the locking connecting holes of the column is larger than the punching groove around the beam locking connecting holes.
  18. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is reinforced by superposing members on the outer side of the double beam, and the superposed member is an L-shaped steel, a U-shaped steel, and a C Shaped steel, flat profile steel, square steel and / or square wood.
  19. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 18, wherein the superimposing member reinforcement on the outer side of the double beam is to add a heat conductive insulating pad between the double beam and the outer superposed member. sheet.
  20. A three-dimensional light steel frame constructed by a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is wrapped around a wire mesh and/or a woven wire mesh and/or a expanded wire mesh around the periphery of the column. And combined with cement mortar between the block walls.
  21. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure adopts an integrated positioning steel frame provided with a pre-embedded bolt reinforcing gasket to accurately position the column foot pre-embedded bolt. The integrated positioning steel frame includes an angle horse, a bolt reinforcing gasket, a pre-embedded bolt positioning C-shaped steel, a pre-embedded screw, and a pull-proof nut, and the column foot embedded bolt is connected to the column foot through the angle horse. The integrated positioning steel frame provided with the bolt reinforcing gasket is preferably formed by adopting a C-shaped steel structure, the C-shaped steel opening is upward, and a crimping is further provided at the open end, and the C-shaped steel is set. Embedding a bolt hole, the bolt reinforcing gasket is disposed above the C-shaped steel embedded bolt hole, the bolt reinforcing gasket is provided with a bolt positioning connecting hole, and the embedded bolt is fixed and then poured into the concrete, The column legs are placed on the integrated positioning steel frame provided with the bolt reinforcing spacers.
  22. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 21, wherein the embedded bolt is further locked under the bolt reinforcing gasket or below the C-shaped steel embedded bolt hole Pull the nut.
  23. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is provided with a reinforcing member outside the main column of the structure, the reinforcing member comprising a steel column outside the main column of the wrapping structure and And or a reinforced concrete column, the steel column or reinforced concrete column is interrupted and/or continuous at the beam-column intersection, and the steel column and the structural main column are filled with concrete or cement mortar.
  24. A three-dimensional light steel frame constructed by a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is provided with precast concrete wall panels and/or prefabricated lightweight concrete wall panels and/or precast hollow concrete between continuous double beams. Wall panels.
  25. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is a composite wall having a skin effect structure between all and/or a part of the column and the column, the composite A wall having a skin effect structure includes the column, and/or a wall having a skin effect structure disposed on both sides of the column, and/or a wall having a skin effect structure disposed on one side of the column, and the other side Providing an anti-lateral force strut wall, the column comprising a structural main column, and/or a small column, and/or a block, and/or a reinforcing column disposed in the infill wall, the skin having a skin effect structure The surface includes a metal reinforced mesh, a cement mortar layer and fasteners.
  26. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 25, wherein the metal reinforced mesh is composed of a V-shaped mesh and an expanded mesh, and the metal-reinforced expanded mesh passes through The fixing member is fixed on the column and the reinforcing keel, and the fixing member is a self-tapping screw/or an air gun nail; and the anti-lateral force pulling rod is preferably a steel strip.
  27. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 26, wherein the composite wall having the skin effect structure is further provided with a reinforcing member, and the reinforcing member comprises a fixing gasket and a crack prevention facility. The fixing gasket is closely attached to the V-shaped mesh groove as the air gun nail fixing seat; the fixing gasket material is preferably a hard plastic; the crack prevention facility is in a cement mortar The layers are filled with fiberglass mesh, or metal spot welded mesh, and/or fibers added by fiber concrete.
  28. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8, wherein the reinforcing structure is provided with a rib-expanded steel mesh pull-type wall between the column and the column, and the reinforced expanded steel The net-knotted wall body comprises a structural main column, a small column, a reinforcing wall arranged in the infill wall and/or the infill wall, a diagonal bracing disposed between the beam and the column, a reinforced expanded steel mesh, a tensile member, and And/or an insulating layer, and/or a support member outside the V-shaped mesh wall, wherein the reinforced expanded steel mesh is disposed on both sides of the reinforcing column disposed in the main column, the small column and the infill wall of the structure, the one The side reinforced mesh is fixed to the column by the fixing member, and the fixing member is a self-tapping screw/or an air gun nail; wherein the filling wall is disposed between the reinforced expanded steel mesh, The insulating layer is disposed inside the reinforced expanded steel mesh, the reinforced expanded steel mesh has a V-shaped mesh bone and an expanded mesh surface, and the drawn member is a steel wire or a plastic wire, and the tensile knot is a V-shaped mesh bone of a ribbed expanded steel and/or a support member placed on the outside of the ribbed expanded steel perpendicular to the V-shaped mesh bone, The support members of the ribbed expanded steel outer side and the V-shaped mesh bone are retained and/or removed after completion of the filling layer, which is slag or soil or grass or concrete or lightweight concrete.
  29. The three-dimensional light steel frame formed by the bidirectional continuous double beam according to claim 8 or 27, wherein the reinforcing structure is a bent and locked pull rod, and the pull rod is disposed on one side and/or both sides of the column. The pull rod is preferably a strip steel, and the upper end of the strip is provided with a locking connection hole of the locking connecting hole and the column to be tightly locked by a bolt, and the lower end of the strip is provided with a tightening hole, and the lower end of the strip is bent 90 And the column is fixed with a self-tapping screw on one side of the anti-lateral force rod and/or the other side of the column, respectively.
  30. A three-dimensional light steel frame composed of a bidirectional continuous double beam according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the ground beam is formed by combining continuous double beams with the same continuous single beam, the continuous single The beam adopts a monolithic truss beam, the monolithic truss beam comprises a top chord, a lower chord, a shear struts, the upper chord and/or the lower chord are L-shaped steel, and the shear struts are made of L-shaped steel and/or It consists of flat steel and/or round steel.
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