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Aurasim question "REDU" and "COND LIST"

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I have 2 questions. Maybe someone can help me:

-> On the Takeoff Performance page there is a field called REDU. I guess it is for inserting data if doing a reduced power takeoff, but I have no idea in which format to do that.
-> On the Landing Performance page the COND dropdown menue consists of the options DRY, WET, STDG WTR, CMPCT SNW. Dry and wet is clear and I guess CMPCT SNW means that there is a compact snowlayer on the runway and STDG WTR that there is water standing on the runway. Is that correct?

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On 12/14/2017 at 9:49 AM, liftwartbertl said:

-> On the Takeoff Performance page there is a field called REDU. I guess it is for inserting data if doing a reduced power takeoff, but I have no idea in which format to do that.

Actually this is for runway length reduction.

So for example on my home field, the (very simplified) runway situation is like this: 19__I______01 where the I bit is a taxiway direct from the terminal.
I would use REDU of 500m to reduce the effective RWY length for a 19 departure from the intersection.

On 12/14/2017 at 9:49 AM, liftwartbertl said:

On the Landing Performance page the COND dropdown menue consists of the options DRY, WET, STDG WTR, CMPCT SNW. Dry and wet is clear and I guess CMPCT SNW means that there is a compact snowlayer on the runway and STDG WTR that there is water standing on the runway. Is that correct?

Yes.

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