Glauert was born in Sheffield , Yorkshire ; his father Louis Glauert was a cutlery manufacturer. Glauert wrote numerous reports and memoranda dealing with aerofoil and propeller theory. His book, The Elements of Aerofoil and Airscrew Theory was the single most important instrument for spreading airfoil and wing theory around the English speaking world. Glauert independently developed Prandtl-Glauert method from the then-existing aerodynamic theory and published his results in The Proceedings of the Royal Society in In the s, he was the academic supervisor of aerodynamicist and educationalist Gwen Alston. Glauert died aged 41 in an accident in a small park in Fleet common in Farnborough.
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