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Analysis of Factors Influencing Stability of Overlying Soil Layer on Thin Bedrock Based on Crack Development-Closure Test

Table 6

Calculating table of the sum of squares of deviations of interaction between experimental factors.

Experiment numberColumn3467891112Experimental results: Qi (10−6 m3/s)
FactorCc × ClCc × CwCl × CwCc × ω

1111111110.000
2112222221.517
26211313320.975
272121211312.167

Ij124.47436.80039.607218.450117.90037.00832.133126.316
IIj31.875119.933215.77632.42434.816123.608124.458115.025
IIIj125.391125.00726.35730.866129.024121.124125.14940.399

15493.7771354.2401568.71447720.40313900.4101369.5921032.53015955.732
1016.01614383.92446559.2821051.3161212.15415278.93815489.79413230.751
15722.90315626.750694.691952.71016647.19314671.02315662.2721632.079
641.506545.0852484.8382585.032588.957540.045636.161484.380

The soil layer in experiment No. 21 and No. 24 is destroyed, and their experimental results tend to  m3/s. Because the value cannot participate in the calculation, the rate of flow result in experiment No. 21 and No. 24 is calculated to be a larger value of 100 (10−6 m3/s).

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