The 46.02 during a power in discontinuity is because of different averaging (the Yokogawa outputs will average delayed a bit from the V*I values).
How would you know? Did you break into the lab to see the Yokogawa outputs? THEY WERE NOT PUBLISHED!!! Heck, they were not even preserved, so you must have a time machine.
Oh wait, I told you that. You are trolling. I do not understand what you and Ascoli hope to accomplish by repeating this outrageous garbage, but you seem determined to repeat it ad nauseam. You are weird.
V*I readings for the active run, where the load is a possibly oscillatory plasma discharge,
There have been no plasma tests in the present set of experiments. The tests with plasma were all described as such in the papers. There are no hidden ones. The plasma tests produced no excess heat for about a year, so obviously input and output power was measured correctly. That's like a 1-year calibration. The plasma calibrations also produced no excess heat.