You DO NOT have a three phase "inductor" (transformer bank) but a three phase "CURRENT LIMITING" REACTOR (BALUN bank).
If this was simply a three phase (transformer) inductor set-up - it would be designed as a DELTA transformer, with 3 secondary outputs.
THIS is just three reactor inductors.
ALL fitted onto a STAR CORE (yes a star core, even though it is in a straight line configuration).
AND - IT IS A SELF EXITING REACTIVE LOAD BALANCER
IT (looks) as if it is just a STAR transformer inductor set-up - but IT IS NOT.
IT - is a BALUN.
A three phase balun to be exact.
IT IS USED AS A CURRENT LIMITER ONLY.
& Designed to RUN at normal current levels for the designed three phase load - which has each of the three phase "line currents" flowing through this at all times (balanced)
WHEN THERE IS A FAULT _ ONE LEG HAS MORE CURRENT THAN THE OTHER TWO - or visa versa (two have more current than the other)
Thus if any LOAD PHASE, or set of phases, faults then a HIGH VALUE short-circuit current FLOWS in two inductors, and the reactance created in the third inductor LIMITS THE CURRENT FLOWING in the two at fault.
Thus - the self regulating effect of the reactor, limits the fault current by creating a reverse current flow in the third inductor, which in turn restricts the flow of current in the other two cores
The reactance of the three inductors THEN operates as a type of BALUN CHOKE - limiting the fault current to manageable levels.
It does this by self inducing reverse EMF currents in the other two inductors that oppose the original fault current FLOW.
Running a single phase into TWO of the inductor/reactance (outer) coils, actually just creates a silly type of IN LINE inductive choke, that produces a magnetic reactance in the unconnected middle coil.
Any attempt to interconnect the middle core, in the manner you are describing, creates a complete OUT-OF-BALANCE reactance.
AS IT'S CURRENT TRIES TO FLOW IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS AT THE SAME TIME - creating a ZERO CURRENT FLOW - but with excessive STANDING WAVE voltage.
AND it thus also sets up harmonic disturbances into the primary supply network.
One that has both a forward and a backward reactance.
In one instance the current in ONE outer core is attempting to force a reactive current to flow UP through the middle coil, whilst the opposite (outer) core attempts to induce a downward movement of current in that same middle core.
result - ZERO CURRENT at a maximum Standing Wave voltage.
Thereby massively injecting second, third and higher level EMF harmonics -- DIRECTLY BACK - into the primary mains input.
The ONLY way to wire those three inductor cores, (with a single phase supply) is to wire ALL THREE INDUCTORS in the correct current flow direction - and in series.
Not with two WIRED IN SERIES but in opposite current flow directions whilst attempting to get the third to be in common series with the ZERO current flow.
As you will ONLY get weird results.
You seem to have forgotten the very basics of transformer action.
And also seem to have forgotten not only the self-inductance of multiple cores on the same flux field, but of the effect of opposing inductive reactance.
THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY - to wire a single phase supply over that reactance bank.
INPUT the +Sine wave at A1 and thus feed the output of A2 directly UP into B1 - to then feed B2 directly UP into C1 and finally feeding the LOAD (to be driven by that single phase supply) between C2 - and the -ve sine wave input terminal
WHAT YOU WILL THEN HAVE - is a single phase (three leg) SELF-ENERGISING CURRENT-LIMITING inductive balun (as all this is - is a reactor bank designed to limit the inrush and fault currents to manageable levels, by way of a BALUN).
ALL cores driving a balanced (BALUN) reactance onto all other cores.
IT IS NOT A TRANSFORMER BANK - and no attempt should be made - to simple series (out of phase) any ONE inductor to any other (or two in parallel), to then attempt ANY interconnection to the floating third core.!!!
See CURRENT BALUN's - for the way a "current balun" (a REACTANCE BANK - such as yours) will ALLOW a working current to flow - in normal operating conditions, yet vastly increases it's apparent inductive REACTANCE, to limit fault currents, when out of balance currents flow in two of three BALANCED REACTOR INDUCTORS (your three cored inductor bank).