project
M – mining

Quite an interesting and up-to-date order for our time - a rack for placing mining farms.

The main functional solution of the rack was to come up with a system of modular shelves, on which it would be possible to set up mining blocks of various dimensions.

And of course, everything should be simple - one bolt only.


no–diploma–ARCh–017

Moscow

Customer: –

Design: Kirenkov Gleb

Engineer, installation: Yegorov Oleg


Project description:

The rack is made of a profile pipe 50x50 mm with additional strips for the preservation of aesthetics. We achieved similarity with the I-beam.

The main problem is mining of trusses in non-standard dimensions. They are assembled almost fully manually and don't have clear parameters. Their form is based on one principle - compact, but so that each one does not interfere with the other.

That's why making fixed shelves is not the best solution. One farm won't fit in eventually.

Shelves consist of a frame made of the same profile of 50x50 mm, as well as a metal wire mesh that I liked.


The principle of shelf modularity is simple:

- Along the supporting vertical profiles there are holes for the diameter of the bolt

- from the ends of the shelf in the frame a groove is cut, which includes a bolt

- the bolt is fixed in the supporting vertical at the correct height through the hole

- The shelf is mounted on the bolts, drowning them in the grooves


So we get a stable shelf on 4 pivot points. The pitch of the holes in the bearing is calculated to accommodate 4 non-standard farm mining units.

Warehouse wheels, as well as brackets screwed from above allow you to easily change the location of the entire rack, as well as hang it for loading and unloading.







Quite an interesting and up-to-date order for our time - a rack for placing mining farms.

The main functional solution of the rack was to come up with a system of modular shelves, on which it would be possible to set up mining blocks of various dimensions.

And of course, everything should be simple - one bolt only.


3D model of the bolt
CF 8.8
no–diploma–ARCh–017

Moscow

Customer: –

Design: Kirenkov Gleb

Engineer, installation: Yegorov Oleg
Project description:

The rack is made of a profile pipe 50x50 mm with additional strips for the preservation of aesthetics. We achieved similarity with the I-beam.

The main problem is mining of trusses in non-standard dimensions. They are assembled almost fully manually and don't have clear parameters. Their form is based on one principle - compact, but so that each one does not interfere with the other.

That's why making fixed shelves is not the best solution. One farm won't fit in eventually.

Shelves consist of a frame made of the same profile of 50x50 mm, as well as a metal wire mesh that I liked.

3D Axonometry of the rack
Shelving assembled with installed farms
The principle of shelf modularity is simple:

- Along the supporting vertical profiles there are holes for the diameter of the bolt
- from the ends of the shelf in the frame a groove is cut, which includes a bolt
- the bolt is fixed in the supporting vertical at the correct height through the hole
- The shelf is mounted on the bolts, drowning them in the grooves

So we get a stable shelf on 4 pivot points. The pitch of the holes in the bearing is calculated to accommodate 4 non-standard farm mining units.

Warehouse wheels, as well as brackets screwed from above allow you to easily change the location of the entire rack, as well as hang it for loading and unloading.



3D Axonometric Modular Shelf
the scheme of fastening the mobile shelf to the bolts and setting up the farm mining unit.

Front view of mobile shelving
There are 4 identical minings farm installed

3D Axonometry of the rack
Vertical cross-section of the mobile shelving along

3D Axonometry of the rack
Vertical cross-section of the mobile shelving across

3D Axonometry of the rack
Section of a mobile shelving unit horizontally
Work in progress