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Yes VAB will be zero.Aint the ratios same for both of them. I mean when you divide them you get the same thing for VA and VB. Isn't VAB going to be zero??
I didn't do the delta-star transformation. I tried to do it with your diagrams but I guess that's wrong then. Can you help me with transformation please?
Consider the Wheatstone Bridge at balanced condition - you have two nodes at the same potential but there are non-zero voltages elsewhere. This is a similar situation.Thanks for your reply.
I am a bit confused here if VAB is zero isn't everything else is going to be zero? because you mutiply and divide in various steps to calculate things.
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