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Here is my question: In soil physics, knowing the relation between suction head, h, and the soil water content, S, one can derive the hydraulic conductivity, K, of that soil using a formula like:

(ignore the superscripts "cap")

where in my problem, τ=0.5, κ=1, β=2.

Now what if we need the reverse procedure? If I have the relation between h and K, and want to calculate S, how it is possible?

Thanks in advance,

Mohammad

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# An integral relation in soil physics

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