The phenomenon of three phase voltage imbalance frequently occurs in large-scale new energy grid connected areas in China; in severe cases, a large number of wind turbines will be disconnected from the grid. To solve the problem of the voltage imbalance at the point of common coupling (PCC), analyze the influence of generator parameters change on negative sequence voltage under the background of unbalanced power grid, a modeling method of base-frequency negative sequence impedance of doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) which including phase locked loop (PLL), rotor side converter (RSC) and grid side converter (GSC) is proposed. By establishing the negative sequence equivalent circuit of grid-connected system of DFIG, the relationship between the negative sequence voltage of PCC and the negative sequence impedance of DFIG is listed, and analyzing the sensitivity of control parameters link to base-frequency impedance, the parameter that has great influence on base-frequency negative sequence impedance of PCC is found out. Finally, the accuracy of impedance modeling and sensitivity analysis is verified by simulation studies.
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