This paper is devoted to study the global attractors of the periodic initial value problem for Landau--Lifshitz--Bloch--Maxwell system. Fist we give the global existence of the smooth solution for this system. Then, we prove the existence of global attractors, the Hausdorff dimension and fractal dimension have been estimated.
This paper is concerned with the bounded fractal and Hausdorff dimension of the pullback attractors for 2D non-autonomous incompressible Navier-Stokes equations with constant delay terms. Using the construction of trace formula with two bases for phase spaces of product flow, the upper boundedness of fractal dimension has been achieved.
In this article, we study the exponential behavior of 3D stochastic primitive equations driven by fractional noise. Since fractional Brownian motion is essentially different from Brownian motion, the standard method via classic stochastic analysis tools is not available. Here, we develop a method which is close to the method from dynamic system to show that the weak solutions to 3D stochastic primitive equations driven by fractional noise converge exponentially to the unique stationary solution of primitive equations. This method may be applied to other stochastic hydrodynamic equations and other noises including Brownian motion and Lévy noise.