I am doing a DIY three phase AC motor power generation project. I can understand the basics of electronics, and also understand how the wires are wired in a single phase rectifier. However, for three phase, I am unable to understand from any of the videos or documentation on how to do the wiring.
I am planning to buy something like this rectifier.
I get from the circuit diagram that the DC positive output is on the bottom left of the product image and the bottom right is the negative. I also get that the three live wires need to be connected on the other side.
My confusion is how the neutral of stator gets connected to the bridge rectifier, or is this not necessary? My stator looks like this image.
In the Stator the coil winding goes clockwise starting from the pin marked '110C1' and all three phase coils end at the small dark rectangle to the the right of the pin. Earlier, I just tested power generation by connecting my multimeter to one of the live phase pins and the neutral to the single joining of all phases.
Is there no neutral required, since when one phase is live, the others are not?