LCO

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AcronymDefinition
LCOLac Courte Oreilles (Wisconsin Native American Tribe)
LCOLithuanian Chamber Orchestra (est. 1960)
LCOLiquid Carry Over (well site management)
LCOLodge and Convention (Lac Courte Oreilles Indian tribe; Hawyard, WI)
LCOLoad Control Object
LCOLocal Connection Options
LCOLearning Content Object
LCOLas Campanas Observatory (Chile)
LCOLegislative Competence Order (Wales, UK)
LCOLight Cycle Oil
LCOLocal Census Office
LCOLevine Communications Office (PR firm; Los Angeles, CA, USA)
LCOLimit Cycle Oscillation
LCOLife Cycle Objectives (software development)
LCOLipo-Chitooligosaccharide
LCOLocal Cable Operator
LCOLangues et Cultures d'Origine (French: Languages and Cultures of Origin)
LCOLondon Contemporary Orchestra (UK)
LCOLithium Cobalt Oxide (batteries)
LCOLate Check Out (lodging)
LCOLimiting Condition of Operation
LCOLara Croft Online (gaming site)
LCOLloyds Claims Office (insurance; Lloyds of London; London, UK)
LCOLighterage Control Officer
LCOLocal Compliance Officer
LCOLifeline Connectivity Obligation (International Telecommunications Satellites Organization)
LCOLow Cost of Ownership
LCOLoopback Command Off
LCOLand Conservation Officer
LCOLand Combat Operations
LCOLabour Conciliation Officer
LCOLaunching Control Officer
LCOLaunch Control Office(r)
LCOLeyssens & Co
LCOLocal Control Organization
LCOLawn Care Operation/Operator
LCOLiquid Crystal Oscillator
LCOLayered Cobalt Oxide
LCOLate Cornish (linguistics)
LCOLiteral Change Operator
References in periodicals archive ?
Thus, the describing function analysis predicts that an increase in controller gain will increase the frequency of limit cycle oscillation and conversely a reduction in the gain will reduce the frequency of limit cycle oscillation.
Stiction in one control valve may generate limit cycle oscillations that can easily propagate to other loops in adjacent units.
The presence of stiction in a control loop produces limit cycle oscillations in the process output (pv) and the controller output (op).