Believe the ERV list is what was proposed. It may have changed.
Yes, it was changed. As I.H. explained in their motion to dismiss, Rossi removed instruments and put in the wrong kinds, violating the agreement. It says "departing from the purported test plan, ignoring inoperable reactors, relying on flawed measurements, and using unsuitable measuring devices." That refers to the flow meter, pressure gauge and other instrument that were deliberately selected to produce bogus data.
We need the list of the installed instruments and where they were installed to make any comments on the instruments actually used & where installed.
There are no other instruments. That plan is complete. Nothing was done to check steam quality. There was no instrument or procedure in the plan, and nothing added later. As far as I know it is not even possible to check the steam, and I am certain no one checked. Rossi would not allow it, any more than he would allow people into the pretend customer site. If you test for steam, you would see there is none. If you could go into the customer site you would see there was nothing there but the radiator shown in one of the photos in this forum. The test would be exposed as a lie, in five minutes. You will not believe me when I say this, and you will not believe I.H., but those are facts.
This should not surprise you. You know that Rossi brazenly blocked the door to the pretend customer site. You know that he lied about who owned the fake company, and what business it was in. You know there could not have been a 1 MW reactor, or even a 100 kW reactor. You have seen photos of the ceiling and the broken vents. You know that he installed the wrong flow meter and pressure gauge. Since he made such inept efforts to defraud people, it should not surprise you that he also made it impossible to test the steam.
Perhaps you will consider these facts for the sake of argument, without actually accepting them. Suppose there was no check at all on the steam quality. You know that if the reactor was pressurized even a little -- only as much as kitchen pressure cooker -- there was no steam. There was only hot water. Tell us whether that would, at long last, convince you that this test is invalid. You were very confident that Rossi used professional level instruments to measure steam quality. Now that you know not a single instrument or procedure was listed in the initial plan, does that not shake your confidence? Not even a little?