Davis wing


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Davis wing

[′da·vəs ‚wiŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
A narrow-chord wing that has comparatively low drag and a stable center of pressure and develops lift at relatively small angles of attack.
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Mays visit the Davis Wing, medical/surgical floor, offering her hand-crafted poetry booklets and small vases filled with flowers she has grown.