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When calculating the load factor in a loop the formula is n=V^2/(g*R)+cos(teta) during pull-up of a loop and another formula is n=1/cos(phi) during a level-flight banked turn. How does one combine these to calculate the load factor during a twisted loop?

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# Calculating load factor for airplane

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