2 different complete Coan routines (everything in them, including weights and reps where it matters) are on deepsquatter.
Pretty much bbing splits with some basic periodization and low volume per individual exercise.
The results are very similar to what you'd get off a Kenelly routine... The differences are that Kenelly has you do triples all the way through, but with somewhat similar percentages... Also reduces the total reps instead of reps per set... At the end, you'd take 12 weeks to triple your previous max, whereas Coan has you add about 5-15% (depending on how advanced you are) per cycle to your old max... Works out the same, more or less...
Coan did go heavy on BTN lockouts (it's written as BTN presses, but if you watch his old vids he only does lockouts to the top of the head, probably same as hoornstra. Popular exercise among quite a few big benchers) for shoulder training.
So if you want to try his whole style of training, find it at ds.
I don't think the calculators are accurate at all, though. Looks like they're based off on or two examples Coan gave in interviews, but he supposedly was not big on percentages (dunno, never spoke with the man)... My guess is... Like man guys (Kaz and lots of other old time guys, many current lifters here in eastern DE too) he just picks a weight a bit over his old max, starts at 60-70% of it, and works up to it while dropping reps over the weeks as needed...
Should be mentioned that a lot of the people who train like that (that I know), only go below 3 reps (many will not go below 5-6 even in the off-season) when prepping for a meet. They find it a waste of time as it only realizes their strength potential but doesn't add to it (with the way they train). So they'll just go from 8-12 down to 4-6, then start over with a weight somewhat higher than what they began the previous training cycle with.
The Coan calculators are often based off what seem to be peaking cycles.
Just some trivia... I always wondered why this style of periodization was so underrepresented at T-Nation... Many of the greatest lifters used it... With various different splits and such, but the overarching theme is that pretty much every muscle group gets assistance work and that most big exercises start at 60-70% of you target max and you get there over X weeks... Smaller exercises may stay at 10 reps or so throughout the entire training cycle though, but you still start light and add weight all the time until the cycle repeats.