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The creep strain could be partly due to the preferred nucleation and/or growth of the hai type loops in the prismatic planes. Indeed, according to the SIPN or SIPA mechanism, the nucleation or growth of interstitial hai loops can be favored in the prismatic planes perpendicular to the applied stress. For the same reason, the nucleation or growth of vacancy hai loops can be favored in the prismatic planes parallel to the applied stress, leading to a resulting creep strain. According to Faulkner and McElroy,185 an applied stress increases the mean diameter of hai loops without affecting the density, proving that the SIPA mechanism is efficient in their experiment.

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