A circulation control wing (CCW) is a form of High-lift device for use on the main wing of an aircraft to increase the lift coefficient. In Aircraft design high-lift devices are a variety of mechanisms intended to add lift during certain portions of flight The lift coefficient ( CL or CZ) is a non-dimensional coefficient that relates the lift generated by an Airfoil, the CCW technology has been in the research and development phase for over sixty years, and the early models were called Blown flaps. Blown flaps are a powered Aerodynamic High-lift device invented by the British on the Wings of certain Aircraft to improve low-speed 
The CCW works by increasing the velocity of the airflow over the leading edge and trailing edge of a specially designed aircraft wing using a series of blowing slots that eject high pressure jet air. The leading edge is a line connecting the forward-most points of a Wing 's profile The trailing edge of a Wing is the rear edge of the wing where the airflow separated by the Leading edge rejoins after passing over and under the top and bottom surfaces WING "ESPN 1410" is a commercial AM radio station in Dayton Ohio operating with 5000 watts at 1410 kHz with studios offices and transmitter located on David The wing has a rounded trailing edge to tangentially eject the air through the Coanda effect thus causing lift. Henri Marie Coandă (June 7 1886 &ndash November 25 1972 (IPA /ɐʁi maʁi kwandə/ was a Romanian inventor Aerodynamics pioneer and the builder of world's first  The increase in velocity of the airflow over the wing also adds to the lift force through conventional airfoil lift production. In Physics, velocity is defined as the rate of change of Position. An airfoil (in American English) or aerofoil (in British English) is the shape of a Wing or blade (of a Propeller, rotor 
The main purpose if the circulation control wing is to increase the lifting force of an aircraft at times when large lifting forces at slow speeds are required, such as takeoff and landing. In the context of a Fluid flow relative to a body the lift force is the component of the Aerodynamic force that is Perpendicular to the flow Takeoff is the phase of Flight in which an Aircraft goes through a transition from moving along the ground ( Taxiing) to flying in the air usually Landing is the last part of a Flight, where a flying Animal, Aircraft, or Spacecraft returns to the ground Wing flaps and slats are currently used during landing on almost all aircraft and on takeoff by larger jets. Slats is also a nickname for Australian cricketer Michael Slater, and NHL executive Glen Sather Slats are Aerodynamic While flaps and slats are effective in increasing lift, they do so at a high cost of drag.  The benefit of the circulation control wing is that no extra drag is created and the lift coefficient is greatly increased. It is being claimed that such a system could increase the landing coefficient of lift of a Boeing 737 by 150% to 250%, thus reducing approach speeds by 35% to 45% and landing distances by 55% to 75% and that such advances in wing design could allow for dramatic wing size reduction in large, wide body jets. WikipediaWikiProject Aircraft. Please see WikipediaWikiProject Aircraft/page content for recommended layout 
At low speeds, an aircraft has reduced airflow over the wing and vertical stabiliser. WING "ESPN 1410" is a commercial AM radio station in Dayton Ohio operating with 5000 watts at 1410 kHz with studios offices and transmitter located on David The vertical stabilizers, or fins, of Aircraft, Missiles or Bombs are typically found on the aft end of the Fuselage or body This causes the control surfaces (ailerons, elevators and rudder) to be less effective. Aircraft flight control systems consist of Flight control surfaces, the respective cockpit controls connecting linkages and the necessary operating mechanisms to control For the band with a similar name see The Ailerons Ailerons are hinged control surfaces attached to the Trailing edge of the Wing of a Fixed-wing An elevator or lift is a Transport device used to move people or goods vertically from one floor to another A rudder is a device used to steer a Ship, Boat, Submarine, Hovercraft, or other conveyance that move through a fluid (generally air or The CCW system increases the airflow over these surfaces and consequently can allow much higher manoeuvrability at low speeds.  However, if one of the CCW systems should fail at low speed, the affected wing is likely to stall which could result in an inescapable spin. Finally, the CCW system could be used on multi-engine aircraft in the result of an engine failure to cancel the asymmetric forces from the loss of power on one wing. 
The use of a CCW system eliminates the need for large complex components in the free stream such as flaps and slats, greatly reducing the noise pollution of modern aircraft. Slats is also a nickname for Australian cricketer Michael Slater, and NHL executive Glen Sather Slats are Aerodynamic Noise pollution (or environmental noise) is displeasing human- or machine-created sound that disrupts the activity or balance of human or animal life  Additionally, a much shorter ground roll coupled with steeper climb outs and approaches reduces the ground noise footprint. The blowing slots themselves will contribute very little to the noise of the aircraft as each slot is just a fraction of an inch wide. 
The main problem with the circulation control wing is the need for high energy air to be blown over the wing's surface. Such air is often taken from the engine however this drastically reduces engine power production and consequently defies the purpose of the wing. Other options are taking the exhaust gases (which must first be cooled) or using multiple, lightweight gas generators, which are separate from the main aircraft engines.