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I'm not sure how to translate 100N into my force on the handle. I'm 67, strong but small. Will the measures of slip and wash make sense for steady state work at, say, SR 18-20, splits 2:30-2:40?

At a 2:30 you are definitely rowing hard enough that you will see slip and wash numbers that are reflective of your technique, and respond to changes in a relevant way. Your "wash" arc degrees below 100N are likely to be greater than a tall heavyweight sculler's, but reducing the value will indicate a more effective finish.