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A commonly held view in the turbomachinery community is that finite element methods are not well-suited for very large-scale thermomechanical simulations. We seek to dispel this notion by presenting performance data for a collection of realistic, large-scale thermomechanical simulations. We describe the necessary technology to compute problems with O(10^7) to O(10^9) degrees-of-freedom, and emphasise what is required to achieve near linear computational complexity with good parallel scaling.arXiv:1804.10060v1 fatcat:2c4sbmv7nne37iyabqunx2u62a