Advances in Civil Engineering / 2019 / Article / Tab 7

Research Article

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

Table 7

Saliency detection of experimental factors and their interactions.

FactorSum of squares of deviationsFree degreeAverage sum of squares of deviationsF RatioSaliency grade

CcSCc = 2893.388fCc = 2SCc/fCc = 1446.69411.597Highly salient influence
ClSCl = 750.586fCl = 2SCl/fCl = 375.2933.008Some influence
CwSCw = 4539.002fCw = 2SCw/fCw = 2269.50118.193Highly salient influence
ωSω = 436.702fω = 2Sω/fω = 218.3511.750⊗Nonsalient influence
Cc × ClSCc×Cl = 1186.591fCc×Cl = 4SCc×Cl/fCc×Cl = 296.6482.378Some influence
Cc × CwSCc×Cw = 5069.870fCc×Cw = 4SCc×Cw/fCc×Cw = 1267.46810.160Highly salient influence
Cc × ωSCc×ω = 1120.541fCc×ω = 4SCc×ω/fCc×ω = 280.1352.246⊗Nonsalient influence
Cl × CwSCl×Cw = 1129.002fCl×Cw = 4SCl×Cw/fCl×Cw = 282.2512.263⊗Nonsalient influence
eSe = S13 + S4 + S8 + S9 = 2245.472fe = 18Se/fe = 124.748

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