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A physical interpretation of the Newman Penrose formalism and its application to Bertrand Spacetime II
T.U. Jeevitha,
Published in IOP Publishing Ltd
Volume: 1849
Issue: 1
In general relativity, problems are usually approached with coordinate basis method, but there is an other efficient method for solving these problems, which is tetrad formalism. Newman Penrose formalism is an old and renowned approach in general relativity which served immense benefits in analytical and computational aspects. The basic ingredients on the NP equations are the null tetrad (lµ, nµ, m-µ, mµ ) here we construct a null tetrad for spherically symmetric static solutions that admit stable closed orbits called Bertrand Spacetime (BST) which has two type I & II, specially we concentrated on type-II. Along with this we studied Ricci spin coefficients, Ricci tensor and Weyl tensor. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
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