Dear Julia users,

I’m using Gridap, and I’m learning from the tutorials. I have some questions:

a) How can we recover x- or y-components from a numerical solution uh, as the solution to linear elasticity (like in the tutorials). Note that

```
typeof(uh)
Gridap.FESpaces.SingleFieldFEFunction{true}
```

there are `get_free_values(uh)`

and `get_dirichlet_values(uh)`

throwing Array{Float64,1} values, but I’m puzzled about getting something like `ux=uh[1]`

, `uy=uh[2]`

(sorry for the incorrect syntax in the latter, it is just a way to express it).

b) Does anyone tried to solve anisotropic elasticity using Gridap? Some advice?

Thanks.