"Water Rocket Labs" was developed to help water rocketeers make better decisions about building their rockets. The site provides data and analysis about various aspects of water rocketry including materials and their performance.
The focus is not only on the data itself but also on the procedures and test equipment used to obtain the data. This allows others to follow the same procedures and compare their results against the data presented at the labs. The data is cross linked to the experiments, test procedures and test equipment used to obtain them.
Some of the experiments included in the site have been published before on our main site, however, there is a range of experiments we had not published before. With the previously published results I have trimmed them down only to the relevant information.
We will continue to update our regular site with launch reports, articles, construction details etc, but all new science or engineering results will go into the Labs section.
There are around 80 pages of information in the extension. Some sections are still sparsely populated, but we now have the framework to add more data as we obtain it.
Here it is: http://www.aircommandrockets.com/labs/index.htm
We invite people to submit their data to the Labs that will hopefully help others make better decisions about building water rockets.