Hi, I have a question about fluid temperature. I have a vague understanding that a fluid's temperature is its average kinetic energy. So, a hotter fluid has faster moving molecules on average. What I'm wondering is, if you force water out of a faucet harder to make the water come out faster, does this increase its temperature? If the water falls out faster, does that mean it has a higher kinetic energy, and therefore temperature, than if it came out slower? Thanks!