In the FCOM we can see a lot of "taxi speed", for example after landing:
AT TAXI SPEED, ALL REVERSER LEVERS......STOW
But what is taxi speed? Is there any definition or particular number? 40kt or 30kt?
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The Flight Crew Training Manual (FCTM) defines taxi speed as a ground speed of up to 30 kt:
Taxi Speed and Braking
On long, straight taxiways, and with no ATC or other ground traffic constraints, the PF should allow the aircraft to accelerate to 30 kt, and should then use one smooth brake application to decelerate to 10 kt. The PF should not ”ride” the brakes. The GS indication on the ND should be used to assess taxi speed.
(Airbus A320 FCTM - Normal Operations - Taxi)