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Soil hydraulic conductivity is a geotechnical parameter commonly used in civil engineering works. It is necessary when designing an underground drainage system. There are two main approaches for determining and interpreting this parameter: in situ tests (example of the Porchet test) and laboratory tests (permeameter test). However, the results obtained through these two methods are generally not identical. The purpose of this work is to assess the permeability coefficient of Broukou anddoi:10.5281/zenodo.3692908 fatcat:jwi3gyulmzhwzkxmkvpncw7yuu