Engineering & Technical Services Customer Success

  • LCE’s Experts Use Design and Engineering Skills to Redesign Critical Machinery Systems

    Creativity. Talent. Know-how. Experience. Those are descriptors for the type of engineers you want helping to develop and test a working prototype. That’s why Life Cycle Engineering is a preferred partner when it comes to making the jump from a technology design to a working prototype. LCE’s engineering experts solve problems for clients from the U.S. Navy to market-leading manufacturers.

  • Life Cycle Engineering Supports Development of New Biofuel Testing Qualifications for U.S. Navy

    The Department of Defense (DOD) is the single largest consumer of oil within the United States, constituting roughly 80 percent of the government’s usage profile. With fossil fuel price volatility, “the DOD has had to do significant budget machinations,” said Joelle Simonpietri, U.S. Pacific Command’s operational manager. To counter the reliance on foreign oil, and the associated costs, the DOD has made it a priority to research alternative fuels that will reduce total cost, while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

  • NAVSSES Upgrades Machinery Control System, Brings Navy One Step Closer to First All-Electric Warship

    USS Makin Island (LHD-8), a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, is the first U.S. Navy surface ship to implement systems and electric motors for distribution and electric propulsion. The purpose of the electric drive system is to save fuel by acting as an alternative to the gas turbine engines during low-speed operations, where gas turbines are less fuel efficient. Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) helped tackle design challenges of the Machinery Control System (MCS) to maximize effectiveness in a complex machinery environment. LCE performed software testing, training and installation for a seamless upgrade.

  • LCE Helps NAVSSES Upgrade Control Systems Aboard Arleigh Burke Class Guided Missile Destroyers

    In conjunction with SSES engineers, the LCE engineering team on the project took the MCS and FCS software code and redesigned and tested the system.

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