There are a couple of good threads on the Northern Brewer forum about hop stands from someone who has done a bunch of hop stand-only IPA's. I'll try to track down links to these threads later on if I can. I don't remember off the top of my head whether he calculated it as an addition equal to 1/4 or 1/2 the length of his hop stand, but I think that is the right range and it will vary depending on your particular system.
I use Brewers Friend as my brewing software, and it has a feature for No Chill brewers to calculate extra hop utilization by entering an extended boil time. I use this feature and add 1/3 of my hop stand time, which has been a good ballpark on my system for adjusting IBU's for beers I do a true flameout hop stand.
If I'm brewing a beer where I don't want too much of an additional IBU contribution from the hop stand I will wait until my wort gets to about 190F then add my hop stand hops. I may still get some utilization, but it is minimal and I still get a hell of a lot of aroma and flavor. Basically, IPA's and APA's start their hop stand at flameout and other styles start around 190 for me. IPA's stand for 90 minutes, APA's for 60 and others for 30.