When asking this question I was looking for someone who actually knew about CPH. Now the question is closed and the answers are exactly what I don't want and have even said so. I have had another problem like this on this question but to no avail. I really want legitimate answers. Should these answers and others be deleted if they don't provide the information that the OP specifically says he/she wants?
The thing is, answers aren't meant to help only the asker. They're meant to help the internet at large; that's one of the core tenets of the StackExchange network.
Insisting on a specific format of answer is something that answers can and should disregard if it's not something that's helpful. Artificially limiting the people who can answer to only people who meet your criteria isn't something supported by SE at all.
From what I can tell, you're one of the only people around who understands what this whole charms per hour thing is, even by the people here who play Runescape. Answers shouldn't be limited to only the way the asker wants them, but what is most useful to the internet at large. A good answer will give you at least an explanation of charms per hour, but there is no obligation for them to do so.
This definition, as best as I can determine, is very dependent on your own personal character. If there's reference material available (that's not the calculator you already linked to), feel free to point it out. Providing more background as to what you're looking for can help users understand it better, and give you a better chance of getting an answer in the way you want it.
I voted to close because the question lacks fundamental data necessary to answer it in the way you ask. The problem is not that you're asking for it to be answered in a very specific way, the problem is that you're asking for something that requires knowledge we can only have by going to your house and using your computer.
You're effectively asking "What colour are my pants? I can't see them, please tell me. Specific RGB codes, please." The request for specific RGB codes is not the problem, as you are assuming; the problem is that we can't see your pants either.