4H-SiC samples are bent in compression mode at 550°C and 620°C. The introduced-defects are identified by Weak Beam and HRTEM techniques. They consist of double stacking faults bounded by 30° Si(g) partial dislocations whose glide locally transforms the material in its cubic phase. The velocity of partial dislocations is measured after chemical etching of the sample surface. The formation and the expansion of the double stacking faults are discussed.