Sentient Science developed a materials science-based software, DigitalClone, to enhance product performance and improve remaining useful life of rotating equipment. Sentient Science developed software capabilities to qualify the performance impact additive manufactured parts have on a machine verses the impact on traditionally manufactured parts. The software establishes qualification standards for AM parts. Since 2001, Sentient Science has worked with the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, DARPA, National Science Foundation, NIST and various other agencies to develop software capabilities that simulate performance under load to understand how, when, and where materials fail at a microstructure level and where cracks initiate at the subsurface and surface levels. This research was validated by NASA in 2010, recognized by the White House in 2014 with the Tibbetts Award and Bloomberg New Energy Finance Pioneers Award in 2016. Today, Sentient Science helps original equipment manufacturers improve product performance and commercial operators improve the remaining useful life of their products already in service.