The introductory participial phrase is confusing. I doubt that the results are considering any situation. I suspect that you mean
The results of experiments concerning (related to) this situation are shown in Table 1.
In this case, I stylistically like the passive because it emphasizes the important information in the sentence. If, however, you are one of those who have been taught that using the passive voice is a sin against the Holy Spirit, it is easy to transpose into the active voice:
Table 1 shows the results of experiments related to this situation.
EDIT: By the way, I see that another answer says that many advise against overuse* of the passive voice. This is in my opinion good advice about style. It is NOT a grammatical rule. Moreover, even as a guide to style, it cautions against overuse rather than use. There are several situations where the passive voice is natural and stylistically appropriate.
Finally, as the other answer points out, in some academic fields it is considered improper to use the active voice in describing how an experiment was designed and conducted because the focus should be on the experiment rather than the experimenter.