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Book over Space propulsion system

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Hi,

As a bachelor Thesis, a friend and I, would like to build a small hybrid rocket engine, that's why I'm looking for some literature that would describe: rocket nozzle theory, thermochemistry of different propellant, thermodynamic, and speaks about the different propulsion method, and of course speaks about hybrid rocket engine.

I found the "Rocket Propulsion Elements" by Stutton and Biblarz, but since it cost 200$ in my country, I would like to be sure that it's the best alternative possible.

Thanks in advance.

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Noticing that you are from Switzerland, I just checked on the website of the library of the ETH Zürich. While it is on loan from the ETH (and the EPFL), it is still available from one university in the NEBIS (https://www.nebis.ch/en/frontpage/). So if you are at a swiss university with access to the NEBIS catalogue, you might request it from there.

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Thanks for your advice, i've indeed access to NEBIS, my only concern is that you can borrow it for only 4 weeks and then renew the loan for 4 weeks for a maximum of 24 weeks, and since i would like to have it from now until june 2018, it seems a bit complicated, furthermore if I want to keep it as reference for further studies.

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