Effects of Time‐Dependent Contact Angle on Wettability of Subcritically Water‐Repellent Soils

Abstract Recent studies have indicated that under certain conditions, most soils are water repellent to some degree, which impacts agricultural fields, pastures, forests, grasslands, and turf areas. Soil water repellency originates from amphiphilic molecules that reorient during contact with water. However, models to describe the flow in soils affected by time‐dependent contact‐angle (CA(t)) are still […]