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Old   August 1, 2019, 09:00
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Hello,
I purchased a used book "Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion" by W. H. Heiser and D. T. Pratt. Unfortunately, it didn't come with the related floppy disk containing the HAP software used through the book.


At first I thought it would not be a problem: the book is very well written and I can code the equations myself, but now I am stuck near the end of chapter 4, where I'm not able to reproduce the results of the Stream Thrust Analysis. I checked both the equations written in the book and my code, everything seems correct, still I'm not getting the results posted in the book.


Is there anyone who could share the aforementioned HAP software?


Thanks in advance.
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