After the cycle's programming is performed within the macro
@solve, the results can be presented through tables and graphs by calling the
For a better visualization of the system's graph, it's possible to add some attributes in its generation, modifications to the
PrintResults() function, which is composed of two optional attributes:
showStateNames: Defines if the names of the states appeared in the generated T-s graphs.
multiplyEntropyByMass: Defines if the cycle entropies will be multiplied by their mass flow.