I've been messing around with ampere's and faraday's laws as we have recently been applying them in undergrad level physics. I'm confused as to how voltage fits in with these laws when used for a solenoid inducing a current in a material placed inside the solenoid. I know that the induced current will flow in a circular motion and the voltage is determined by change in magnetic flux over time. But at a specific radius that the current is flowing around within the solenoid, there should be a constant amount of changing flux along the perimeter of the same radius. So there is obviously something I am missing, but to me this would mean there is constant voltage along the circular path that the current flows which makes no sense to me since the current would usually flow from high to low voltage. How can voltage be easily visualized in this situation? Or have I assumed anything incorrectly?