Looking into 3-phase rectifiers I came across the below articles https://www.gprectifier.com/news/rectifier-11261763.html and https://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/power/three-phase-rectification.html
So I decided to make an uncontrolled rectifier and got myself a 3-phase rectifier locally. (this one to be specific https://www.rectron.com/public/product_datasheets/skbpc3504-skbpc3516.pdf)
With that connected to 3 phases I got a no-load Vout of roughly 570Vdc on the multimeter. Since I didn't have any load rated for such high voltages I assumed it was working since that's what the article shows.
I then decided to get 3x 220v to 24v 1A transformers (1 for each phase) and hook it up to the bridge.
Doing this got me no-load Vdc of around 90V. I decided to sacrifice a 24V LED strip being aware that the load voltage could not be so much going by the formula in the referred article.
To my surprise the LEDs barely lit up. Hooking it to the multimeter I got a voltage of ~14V.
I don't quite understand what is exactly happening here so any help would be much appreciated.