Because of the topology of tri-phase bridge rectifier, every phase is active (i.e.; feeding the load) only for 33% of the time. It feels like we are not fully utilizing all the three phases, and because of that the output impedance of the rectifier is higher than it could actually be.
Is there an alternative rectifier form which utilizes all three phases (or all N-phases in general). For example, by pumping charge in a storage element in a sub-interval of one period, and using it in another sub-interval.
Assmue that the load is always resistive.