3. In a wing, associated with a relative flow of fluid; a means to interpose, between a wing and its boundary layer, a stream of fluid of energy content substantially as large as that of the relative flow, comprising a wing body possessing in its upper surface a spanwise slot extending at least along a major portion of the semi‐span, a divided upper surface to the rear of the said slot to form a second slot and an induction opening leading into the wing, a conduit to connect the induction opening and the forward slot, and a fluid conveying conduit to provide a rearward flow through the exit of the second slot.
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