Convection and Velocity

How does velocity affect convection?

Hint
Convection = the movement of fluid causing heat to transfer from one location to another.
Velocity and convection are directly proportional. Increased velocity → increased atom movement in liquid → higher convection due to faster heat transfer rate. The rate of convection is in respect to the fluid properties and flow of atom particles.
Velocity and convection are directly proportional. Increased velocity → increased atom movement in liquid → higher convection due to faster heat transfer rate.