Re: [nigel99] How often does line twist happen in student jumps
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But basically it is your canopy size in square feet divided by your exit weight (you plus equipment and clothing) in pounds. So a 200 square foot canopy with a person who weighs 220 pounds is about 1.1:1 wing loading.
That would be exit weight in pounds per canopy size in sq.ft.
220 lbs divided by 200 sq ft. = 1.1
(This post was edited by popsjumper on Dec 3, 2012, 8:59 PM)
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