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Luk-Cyr, J., Paquet, D., Lanteigne, J., Champliaud, H., & Vadean, A. (2017). A unified plasticity methodology for rate- and temperature-sensitive alloys exhibiting a non-linear kinematic hardening behaviour. Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica, 30(1), 27-37. External link

Luk-Cyr, J., El-Bawab, R., Lanteigne, J., Champliaud, H., & Vadean, A. (2016). Mechanical properties of 75% Ar / 25% CO2 flux-cored arc welded E309L austenitic stainless steel. Materials Science and Engineering: A, 678, 197-203. External link

Luk-Cyr, J., El-Bawab, R., Champliaud, H., Lanteigne, J., & Vadean, A. (2016). Sequential approximate optimization of industrial hammer peening using finite element simulations. Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, 55(3), 767-778. External link

Paquet, D., Lanteigne, J., Bernard, M., & Baillargeon, C. (2014). Characterizing the effect of residual stresses on high cycle fatigue (HCF) with induction heating treated stainless steel specimens. International Journal of Fatigue, 59, 90-101. External link

Paquet, D., Lanteigne, J., & Bernard, M. (2012). A new experimental method for the introduction of a predetermined amount of residual stresses in fatigue test specimens. Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME, 79(6). External link

Lanteigne, J., & Bailon, J.-P. (1981). Theoretical model for FCGR near the threshold. Metallurgical Transactions A, 12(3), 459-466. External link

Lanteigne, J. (1979). Mécanismes de la fatigue aux basses vitesses de fissuration [Ph.D. thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal]. Unavailable

Bailon, J.-P., Masounave, J., & Lanteigne, J. (1978). Comments on “the effect of prior austenite grain size on near-threshold fatigue crack growth”. Scripta Metallurgica, 12(7), 607-611. External link

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