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1. (WO1983001269) CONSTRUCTIONS EN OSSATURE EN BETON PRECOULE
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CLAIMS

1. A precast concrete member, intended when in situ, to be orientated vertically, such as a column or a wall, said member having at least one transversely-extending insert and a load-supporting member received in the insert and projecting therefrom, so that when assembled a load such as a beam can be supported thereon.

2. A precast concrete member, intended when in situ, to extend vertically, such as a column or a wall, said member having a plurality of recesses spaced over its vertical extent, the surface defining each recess being formed with at least one transverse aperture accommodating a hollow insert, the inserts each receiving a metal billet projecting therefrom to provide support for a structure carried by said precast concrete member.

3. A precast concrete member, intended when in situ, to have a vertical extent, said member being cast with spaced transverse, hollow, inserts along said vertical extent, each said insert being capable of receiving a transverse member which serves to support a beam or other structural member.

4. A member according to claim 1, claim 2 or claim 3 wherein the or each insert is of metal.

5. A member according to any one of the preceding claims wherein the or each insert is positively held in the precast concrete member.

6. A member according to any one of the preceding claims wherein the insert and the billet or other transverse load supporting member received therein are of square cross section.

7. A member according to any one of the preceding claims wherein the billet or other transverse, load-supporting member incorporates means enabling poεitive engagement with a supported beam or other transverse structural member.

8. A precast concrete member in accordance with any one of the preceding claims in the form of a double T beam used as a column or wall section.

9. An assembly including a vertical precast concrete member and a beam or other structural member carried by the precast member, said concrete member having at least one transversely-extending, hollow, insert receiving a transversely-extending member projecting beyond the insert so as to support an end portion of said beam or other structural member.

10. An assembly according to claim 9 wherein the or each insert of the concrete member lies within a portion thereof, of reduced transverse dimension.

11. An assembly according to claim 9 or claim 10 wherein the or each transversely-extending member engages in a recess of the beam or other structural member.

12. An assembly according to claim 11 wherein contact between the transversely-extending member and the beam is through a metal plate.

13. An assembly according to any one of claims 9 to 12, comprising an auxiliary support connection between the transversely-extending member and the vertical, precast member.

14. An assembly according to claim 13, wherein the
auxiliary support connection comprises a transverse member extending through and secured to the vertical concrete member, an angle member secured to said transverse member and a tapped bush welded to reinforcement of the beam, said angle member also being secured to the tapped bush by a bolt.

15. A method of manufacturing a pre-cast concrete member intended for vertical orientation when in situ and having transverse support means for carrying a beam or other transverse member, said method comprising the steps of providing a mould, locating a reinforcement cage within the mould, locating a hollow, metal, member within the mould with ends thereof within the outline of the mould, pouring the concrete mix into the mould, allowing the concrete to harden sufficiently to enable removal of the mould and subsequently inserting a transverse metal member into said hollow metal member such that the former extends beyond the latter and provides the support means for the beam or other transverse member.

16. A precast concrete member substantially as hereinbefore described with reference to the accompanying
drawings.

17. An assembly of a precast concrete member and a beam or other structural member substantially as hereinbefore described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

AMENDED CLAIMS
(received by the International Bureau on 30 March 1983 (30.03.83))

1. A precast concrete member, intended when in situ, to be orientated vertically, such as a column or a wall, said member having at least one recesss accommodating a hollow insert and a load-supporting member received in the insert and projecting therefrom, so that when assembled a load such as a beam can be supported thereon, characterised in that the recess extends across the whole of the corresponding transverse dimension and the insert (10) is contained wholly within said recess.

2. A precast concrete member according to claim 1, characterised in that the load-supporting member is a metal billet (18) .

3. A member according to claim 1 or claim 2 characterised in that the insert (10) is of metal.

4. A member according to any one of claims 1 to3, characterised in that the insert is positively held in the precast concrete member.

5. A member according to any. one of claims 1 to 4 characterised in that the load-support member or billet (18) is adhered to the insert (10).

6. A member according to any one of claims 1 to 5 characterised in that the; insert (10) and the billet (18) or other transyerse load-supporting member received therein are of square cross-section.

7. A precast concrete member in accordance with, any one of claims 1 to 6 characterised in that the member is in the form of a double T beam used as a column or wall section.

8. An assembly including a vertical precast concrete member and a beam or other structural member carried by the precast member, said concrete member having a transversely-extending, hollow, insert receiving a transversely extending member projecting beyond the insert so as to support an end portion of the said beam or other struc tural member, characterised in that the transverse extent of the insert (10) and the corresponding aperture in the member is equal to the transverse thickness of the concrete member.

9. An assembly according to claim 8 characterised in that the insert (10) of the concrete member lies within a portion (12) thereof, of reduced transverse dimension in comparison with the corresponding general transverse dimension of the members (11).

10. An assembly according to clairø 8 or claim 9 characterised in that the transversely-extending member (18) engages in a recess (20) of the beam or other structural member.

11. An assembly according to claim 10 characterised in that contact between the transversely-extending member (18) and the beam (14) is through, a metal plate (24).

12. An assembly according to any one of claims 8 to 11, characterised by an auxiliary support connection (19, 34) between the beam or other structural member (14) and the vertical, precast member (11).

13. An assembly according to claim 12, characterised in that auxiliary support connection comprises a transverse member (19) extending through and secured to
the vertical concrete member (11), an angle member
(34) secured to said transverse member and a tapped bush (30) welded to reinforcement (28) of the beam (14) , said angle member also being secured to the tapped bush (30) by a bolt (32).

14. An assembly according to any one of claims 8 to 13, characterised in that the transversely extending member (18) is adhered to the insert (10).

15. A method of manufacturing a pre-cast concrete member intended for vertical orientation when in situ and having transverse support means for carrying a beam or other transverse member, said method being characterised by the steps of providing a mould, locating a reinforcement cage within the mould, locating a hollow, metal, member (10) within the mould with ends thereof within the outline of the mould and extending from side to side of the mould, pouring the concrete mix into the mould, allowing the concrete to harden sufficiently to enable removal of the mould and subsequently inserting a transverse metal member (18) into said hollow metal member (10) such that the former extends beyond the latter and provides support means for the beam, or other transverse member.

EDITORIAL NOTE

The applicant failed to renumber the amended claims in accordance with Section 205 of the Administrative Instructions.
In the absence of any specific indication from the applicant as to the correspondence between original and amended claims, these claims are published as filed and as amended.