Load factor as a result of constant roll rate

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The fuel pressure load equation for an aircraft in a constant roll maneuver has the term (as a result of the roll maneuver):

[itex]\frac{\dot{\phi^2}}{2g}R^2[/itex]

where

[itex]R[/itex] - radius from center of fuselage
[itex]g[/itex] - gravitational constant
[itex]\dot{\phi}[/itex] - roll rate

my question is where does the "2" next to the gravitational constant come from?
 

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