A comparison is provided of non-equilibrium effects of the influence of independent hydrodynamic and electromagnetic induction on an oil layer and the medium which it surrounds. Using the earlier developed 3-D method of induction electromagnetic frequency geometric monitoring, we showed the possibility of defining the physical and structural features of a hierarchic oil layer structure. For description of these effects it is needed to consider the wave process in the hierarchic blocked medium. Some algorithms were constructed for 2-D modeling of sound diffraction on a porous fluid-saturated intrusion of a hierarchic structure located in the layer number J of an N-layered elastic medium, for 2-D modeling of sound diffraction and propagations of transversal wave in the layer number J of an N-layered elastic medium with plastic inclusion. These algorithms present the strong mathematical theory for modeling and interpretation of acoustic wave propagation using a model more adequate to the real medium with oil and gas. It can be used as a base for constructing new methods of seismic monitoring for receiving results of choosing better places for oil recovering. Some analogues ideas are fulfilled in the electromagnetic case by recovering rocks in the rock shock mines.


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