Revisiting Weyl's calculation of the gravitational pull in Bach's two-body solution

@article{Antoci2001RevisitingWC,
  title={Revisiting Weyl's calculation of the gravitational pull in Bach's two-body solution},
  author={Salvatore Antoci and D.-e. Liebscher and L. Mihich},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2001},
  volume={18},
  pages={3463-3471}
}
When the mass of one of the two bodies tends to zero, Weyl's definition of the gravitational force in an axially symmetric, static two-body solution can be given an invariant formulation in terms of a force 4-vector. The norm of this force is calculated for Bach's two-body solution, which is known to be in one-to-one correspondence with Schwarzschild's original solution when one of the two masses l, l' is made to vanish. In the limit when, say, l'→0, the norm of the force divided by l' and… Expand
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