I am sorry but there is no link for this other than in my head , and perhaps in some old dust covered manual on "what to do if this happens"
I suppose these sort of unofficial manuals are not used these days, but were quite common early in my career, as what with poor communications, compared to these days , a large route network and lack of spares, crews
[ when away from base] were expected to adapt/ modify or even invent procedures so as to get the aircraft back into the air.
I know a B747 tried a windmilling start at Bombay, however they tried it whilst doing a fast run down the runway. Result no start and aircraft off the end of the runway.
I have done one of these runway starts myself but that was on a piston/prop airliner and by positioning the blade pitch and some help from the infirm starter the engine was running by 60 kts and on a long runway that gives you plenty of room to coast to stop and get the engine oil warmed up
However that was all in a different age and things like that do not go on today-----or do they ??????