I have an 3 phase brushless dc motor with no neutral wire. I measured the resistance from phase to phase and found them to be on average 0.255 ohms(between A and B, A and C, etc...all the values are pretty close).
These 3 phases are in a star formation. You can see the motor here: http://www.cda-intercorp.com/Products.cfm?cid=1&Data=Design#ScrollTop
I am running the motor on 28V. How do I know what current are running through each phase(A,B,C). To add to this, if I stall the motor, only two of the phases would have current right? What would the current be then?