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72 (2011), p. 108. Applied Mechanics and Materials Vol. th Keywords: Casting, Aluminum-Silicon, Thermal Analysis, Grain Refiner Abstract. The main objective of this study is to present the elementary path to develop applications of thermal analysis technique from the solidification in casting of hypoeutectic aluminum-silicon alloy. In order to successfully use the technique as a monitoring tool for an appropriate production of aluminum casting, all affecting process conditions must be taking into accounts when cooling curves are used as indicators.

Many researches have conducted in developing particle composite boards using agricultural wastes [6-8]. Yang et al. produced rice straw-wood particle composite boards which properties are to absorb noise, preserve the temperature of indoor living spaces and to be able to partially or completely substitute for wood particleboard and insulation board in wooden construction. They reported that the sound absorption coefficient of rice straw-wood particle composite boards are higher than other wood-based materials in the 500-8000 Hz frequency range, which is caused by the low specific gravity of composite boards, which are more porous than other wood-based materials [7].

Applied Mechanics and Materials Vol. 565 37 Tansel et al. [1] use the acoustic emission monitoring for tool breakage detection. They observed high amplitude acoustic emissionbursts at tool breakage moment. Elbestawi et al. [2] exploit the cutting force; they found that certain harmonics of the cutting force increase significantly with flank wear, the number of such sensitive harmonics being related to the number of inserts of the milling cutter and the immersion rate. Altintas [3] has shown that the first-order autoregressive time series model AR1 can be used to distinguish the force signal during normal flank wear to that when tool failure occurs.

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