Hi every one.
I have see the explain text in FOC document on section BLCD alignment procedure and i undrestood that calculation of get current of phase a, b and c was incorrect.
In this article was written current of phase A: voltage / Resistor of a.
But in actual current of phase A: voltage / (Equivalent Resistor)
Equivalent Resistor: (Resistor of A) | (Resistor of B + Resistor of C)
this procedure must be compliance for currents of B and currents of C.

So weâ€™re not measuring across the whole motor, but rather each phase individually.
When measuring the currents, we measure differentially across a shunt resistor, so we get the current flowing through the specific phase.
During the alignment weâ€™re interested in identifying the phase connected to Ua vs the two phases connected to GND. We also want to identify the â€śdirectionâ€ť of measurement to see if we need to invert the gain. We can do this by supplying a voltage, checking the current of each phase, and finding the phase with double the current of the other two.

Is this what you are referring to? I canâ€™t fully understand your commentâ€¦