In 1868, in which Wenham's aeroplanes were combined with aerial screws.
If the ends of the aeroplanes on one side were bent downwards, those on the FIG.
He constructed models to fly by three different methods: - (a) by means of screws acting vertically upwards; (b) by aeroplanes propelled horizontally by screws; and (c) by wings which FIG.
It was hoped that when the aeroplanes were wedged forward in the air by vertical screws, or by the body to be flown, each aeroplane would rest or float upon a stratum of undisturbed air, and that practically the aeroplanes would give the same support as if spread out horizontally.
Wenham, thinking to improve upon Henson, invented in 1866 what he designated his aeroplanes.'