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8 salt water electrolysis and high-frequency focused ultrasound of this project to include the adoption of a pre-existing have been proposed (Quick 1982, Chow 2001). However, performance-based test procedure. because of cost, these methods have not found widespread acceptance in strand production. Organization of Document Research Objectives This final report summarizes the findings of this study and discusses their potential application. The following appendices The original objectives of this study were to: (1) identify have been written to provide more background and additional the common types of strand residues, determine their impact details of this work. These include on bond characteristics and strand performance, and recom- mend methods for their reduction; (2) develop quality control Appendix A - Review of Strand Bond Literature and assurance methods for assessing the level of deleterious Appendix B - Evaluation of Mechanical and Chemical Test residues and recommend thresholds for strand acceptance; Methods and (3) develop a performance-based test procedure and Appendix C - Specifications for Standard Surface Test a minimum specification requirement for strand acceptance Methods based on bond behavior. At the direction of the supervisory Appendix D - Supplemental Investigations of Strand Bond panel, this third objective was modified during the execution Appendix E - Bibliography of Strand Bond