We've got a delta-wye combination of inductors.
So the delta part is connected to the/a 3-phase voltage source which delivers the voltage E across any combination of 2 phases.
So across the delta connection the voltage drop across each inductor is E.
Now it is claimed that the voltage drop across 2 of the inductors in the wye-connection is E *
sqrt(3), in other words between any 2 phases in the wye connection.
Now I can't see the reasoning behind the last claim, how does one find that? And how exactly are the delta and wye connected togheter?