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Nov. 5, 1946.
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Patented Nov. 5, 1946
MoNoLrrmc FLOOR CONSTRUCTION Ignatz Adolf Kirchner, Vienna, Germany; vested
in the Alien Property Custodian
Application November 3, 1933, Serial No. 238,682
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In Austria November 4, 1937
4 Claims. (Cl. 72-68)
In the construction ‘of solid vfloorsaccording
to v the monolithic building" system pre-cast ‘com
pression girder bodies, separate from the elements
constituting the flat under space layer, are ar
ranged between the-concrete, brick or' combined
girders or‘ribs with the rods'bent at one end
only, the other free end then being bent around
the top of the other girder.
Moreover, the rods 2 which are bent over the
girders or ribs in the compression girder zone,
top of the girders may be given an additional up
wardly bent portion 6 at their free ends, and said
such bodies being mountedon suitable supports
upwardly bent portion 6 may serve for support-'
provided on the girders or ribs. The space be
ing the adjacent compression girder - body, as
tween the top of the ribs‘and the compression
shown in Fig. 4, _In this way, it is possible to
girder bodies is‘ ?lled with concrete which is 10 have a" double support‘or mounting for the com
capable of setting.»
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pression girderbodies; namely, ?rstly by means
This inventionv has for its object to provide a
of the reinforcing iron proper on the top of the
simple and e?e'ctive suspension of such compres
girder, and, secondly, with‘ the bottom edgev on
sion girder bodies on the ribs or girders by means
"the bent 'or hook portion 6 of the reinforcing iron
of reinforcing irons which project’ out of said
2 of the oppositevcompre'ss'ion girder body. In
compression girder bodies. This suspension may
order to give good support,‘ itis advisable in this
be performed by various constructions ‘and can be
case to make the bent up portion of the free ends
combined with additiona'fm'ean‘s‘ fori'suspending
‘of the reinforcing irons only after the compres
the compression girder bodies on the ribs.
Other details of the invention shallv be de
scribed with reference ‘to the accompanying
drawing in which different forms ofconstruc
tions= embodying the invention are illustrated. 1
Fig. 1 shows'in cross section a floor construction
according to the invention;
Fig. 2 shows a compression girder according to
the invention in perspective view’; and
" _
Figs. 3 to 6 show modifications of the mode of
sion girder bodies have been placed in position.
" 'In‘ addition to supporting the‘ compression
girders by means of their reinforcing irons, it is
also possible to employ supports provided on the
ribs or girders, thereby making-it possible to have
a threefold mounting for the compression girders.
Fig. ‘5 shows the combination of thesuspension
'by means’ of the reinforcingirons 2v_with that
obtained by usin'g’supportin'g hooks ‘l which; are
positioned over the tops‘of the girders 3, As ‘will
suspension'in a floor-construction according to
be readily understood, these supporting hooks may
Fig. l in cross section.
30 also be extended downwardly on one side of the
The embodiment according to Fig. 1 shows a
girder and be used in known manner for sus
rod 2 concreted into the compression girder body
pending the plaster ceiling or the like. In this
I, said rod resting on the top of the girder 3 and
case, the hook ‘I (Fig. 5) or a loop 8 in the ex
being embedded in the concrete poured between
tended limb of the supporting hook is used for
the girder topand the compression girder body.
the ,mounting of the compression girder body.
As will be seen more clearly from the perspective
Also in the construction shown in Fig. 3 an addi
view of Fig. 2, the compression girder bodies I may
tional support for the compression girder body is
be provided with recesses 4 in which engage the
indicated consisting of a bridge I!) which is
ranged between the girders 3 and fastened on
top of the same by hooks I I.
In addition to the suspension by means of
reinforcing irons, the mounting can also
ends of the rods 2 projecting beyond the top of
the girder. In order that the compression girder
bodies may all have a uniform shape, it is advisable
for the rods to be embedded in said bodies in a
somewhat inclined position with respect to the
effected on steps 9 of the girder 3, as will be seen
plane of symmetry thereof, so that the projecting
from Fig. 6.
portions of the rods cannot strike against one 45
The provision of several supporting elements for
another when said bodies are in position. At the
the compression girder bodies not only results in
places ‘where the rods 2 emerge from the girder
a better mounting, but also in a better binding
bodies I, there may also be provided shoulders 5,
as will be clearly seen from Fig. 2. The rods 2
The construction according to the invention
may be bent to hook shape at their free ends 50 can also be executed in such a manner that com
either before or after they have been placed
pression girder bodies with reinforcing irons con~
in position, so that they engage over thetop of
structed in the manner described are employed
the girder 3 (see Fig. 3). The operation may
only for each second row. The compression girder
also be carried out in such a manner that the
bodies which are not provided with projecting
compression girder bodies are positioned on the.
reinforcing irons can then be mounted on the
4 .
hook-shaped ends of the reinforcing irons of the
and a pair of floor panel bodies positioned on op
adjacent row of compression girder bodies or on
posed sides of the girder, the facing surfaces of
the girders and bodies being spaced apart at
other supports provided on the ribs.
Furthermore it is also possible to employ com
their upper ends and convergent toward their
lower ends to provide wedge-shaped spaces, rods
pression girder bodies which are formed with
holes, through which the reinforcing irons are
introduced and then shaped in the manner de
scribed'for suspension purposes.
embedded in said bodies, said rods of the re
In all the constructional forms described, and
more particularly in the mounting of the com~
pression girder bodies on reinforcing irons of the .
and embedding said exposed portions of the rods, '
said opposite projecting rod portions having
downwardly projecting portions arranged to en
adjacent row of girder bodies, each second row of
such bodies may be provided with reinforcing
irons which only project or which are bent over '
, ease the opposite Sides of the girder, and exten
the ribs, and which may subsequently be bent
sions on the said downwardly projecting portions
upwardly about the compression girder bodies. 7
‘ on each of said bodies for supporting the body
Finally, it is to be pointed out that the method
according to the invention can also be employed '
in combination with known constructions. ~~Thu_s, _
more particularly for such roof parts where, in
spective bodies having exposed portion projecting
{oppositely across andiresting'on thetop of the
girder to support the bodies thereon; and ?llings
?lling the spaces between the girders and bodies
on the opposite side of the girder.
3. ‘In a floor construction, the combination of
a girder and preformed bodies arranged on op
posite sides of the girder, the sides of said bodies
consequence of the girders being di?erently spaced,
the existing pre-cast compression girder bodies
cannot be used, or for ?llingthe spacesbetween
and the facing‘ sides of the girder being substan
the compression birder bodies and the wall, there
spaces therebetWeem-ai; least one reinforcing rod
.can>,be,_-‘ernployed the known construction with
‘shuttering in which the whole compression girder
part is cast in concrete.
What I claim is:
1. In a floor construction, the combination of
rib-shaped girders,
bodies arranged between the girders in the com
pression girder zone, means for suspending said
bodies from the tops ofsaid girders during the
construction of ‘the ?oon'said means consisting
essentially of rods embedded in said bodies and _
having exposed portions bearing directly on the
tops of, said girdersthe'proximatesurfaces of
the girders and bodies being spaced at their up
per parts and convergent toward their lower parts
to provide wedge-shaped spaces,-and a ?lling
mass ?lling the space between said'girders and
bodies, said exposed portions being atleast par
tially embedded in said ?lling mass, at least one
end of each of the said rods being provided with
a downwardly ‘bent portion engaging over and
tially plane and converging downwardly one to
ward ,the other to provide downwardly tapering
on each preformed body having one end em
bedded. in said body and another end projecting
beyond the said side thereof and supportably
resting upon the top of- the girder, and ?llings
occupying said tapering spaces and embedding
30 at least a portion of said projecting end of the
reinforcing rods, said projecting end of some of
the re-enforoing rods of each‘ body having at
least one part reaching to and depending: along
the far side of the girder and having a lateral
projection supportably engaging under the lower
edge of the other preformed body.
._ {45 In a ?oor-construction‘comprising a girder,
apa-irof ?oor paneibodies positioned on oppo
site sides'of the girder, rods embedded in said
bodies, said rods of the respective bodies having
portions projecting oppositely across and resting
on the; top of the girder to support the adjacent
ends of the bodies thereon, said oppositely pro
jecting rod ‘portions extending downwardly on op
' posite sides of the girder, and. lateral projec
around-the upper end of the, juxtaposed-girders
tions on the downwardly extending portions of
and terminating in a hook-shaped portion on
at least one of said bodies for supporting the
body on the opposite side of the girder.
i-w-hich the adjacent arch-shaped body is mounted.
'2. In a ?oor construction comprising a girder
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