When a conductor moving inside magnetic field, of a given length at a certain velocity the induced EMF is:
$$\epsilon = vBL$$
Is the induced EMF now:
$$\epsilon = vBL_2$$
I'm not sure how that can be true, when the conductor's length has not changed just the position of where the circuit wire is connected "shortining" the current medium(or path) I agree, however, how would it change the induced EMF? The charges are still at the top & bottom of the conductor, would the terminal wire's connection reduce the induced EMF?