I have a confusing example that I'm studying, I tried to figure out the direction of induced current. But the right hand rule would tell me there isn't, but there has got to be since there is change in flux?! Here is the example: The gray bar is the conductor that is moving through a magnetic field with velocity(v marked), the orange wires are connected to circuit outside the diagram, the polarization is what I think the induced EMF is going to be, when using the right hand rule the induced current is pointing up. I'm certain there is induced current, but not sure where it will flow. In contrast to this diagram: It's relatively easy to figure things out.