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Mater. 1988, 159, 43–61. of RXA zirconium alloys during the initial growth transient at 553 K, the growth rate increasing when the grain size decreases. On the other hand, the stationary growth is not affected by the grain size. 5% Nb material, can play a role on the growth behavior. It is shown that for cold-worked materials (e > 10%) the growth rate increases as the cold working increases150,159,160 (Figure 19). For the extreme case of SRA zirconium alloys, which could undergo up to 80% cold working followed by a SRA treatment, the growth rate is so high that the stationary growth rate is not observed, and from the beginning of the irradiation, the growth rate is comparable to the growth rate measured for RXA zirconium alloys after the breakaway growth.