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1. (WO2017153352) COMPOSITE WALL FOR ERECTING A BUILDING, AND BUILDING ERECTION ASSEMBLY COMPRISING SUCH A COMPOSITE WALL

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/153352    International Application No.:    PCT/EP2017/055215
Publication Date: Fri Sep 15 01:59:59 CEST 2017 International Filing Date: Tue Mar 07 00:59:59 CET 2017
IPC: E04C 2/24
E04C 2/284
E04B 2/00
E04F 13/08
Applicants: ART METAL CHARPENTE
Inventors: BUREL, Edouard
PAUGET, Thierry
Title: COMPOSITE WALL FOR ERECTING A BUILDING, AND BUILDING ERECTION ASSEMBLY COMPRISING SUCH A COMPOSITE WALL
Abstract:
This composite wall (10; 20; 30) is designed to, in service, be attached to a bearing structure (110; 110') of a building (B) by fixing to a constituent part (111; 11') of the bearing structure. It comprises an insulating layer (13; 23; 33) which is rigid or semirigid and which has first (13E; 23E) and second (13I; 23I) opposite faces so that when the composite wall is in service, the first face of the insulating layer faces away from the constituent element of the bearing structure and the second face of the insulating layer faces towards this constituent element. It further comprises at least one structural insert (15; 25; 35) which is arranged in the insulating layer and which connects to one another first and second edge faces (10B, 10D) of the composite wall, which are opposite and parallel to one another, so that when the composite wall is in service, the or each insert extends substantially horizontally between these first and second edge faces and is designed to, at any point of its horizontal extent, be engaged by a fixing element (140) for fixing to the constituent element of the bearing structure. In addition, part of the insulating layer (13; 23; 33) is interposed, in the direction of the thickness of the composite wall, between the or each insert (15; 25; 35) and the first face (13E; 23E) of the insulating layer so that when the composite wall (10; 20; 30) is in service, no thermal bridge is created between the first and second faces of the insulating layer.