Given a specific metric, is there a easy way to transform it in Synchronous coordinates?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example having dsigma2 = (1+z)^2 dt^2 - ds^2 - s^2 dphi^2 - dz^2 ,

I was able to do some substitutions, but I had to stop at the differential equations presented in the attachement.

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# Synchronous Coordinates transformation

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