I just want to make sure I have the formula right here. If you have a generator that is outputting , for example, 10 volts per phase in a delta configuration, to convert that 3 phase source to a Wye config you divide the 10v by sqrt(3) right and that will give you the phase voltage of a wye connected gen? This is all assuming no internal impedance in the generator.

Your terminology isn’t very good **Stinkpalm**.

Let’s say that the windings can each produce an open circuit voltage of 10 V, when they aren’t connected to each other.

If you connect them in Δ configuration, the phase-to-phase voltage must be 10 V.

If you connect them in Y configuration, the phase-to-neutral voltage must be 10 V.

That help?

And obviously, V[sub]phase-to-phase[/sub] = √3 x V[sub]phase-to-neutral[/sub]