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A few suggestion:
I would recommend to use the General Particle Source (GPS) to generate your particle spectra. It's fairly simple to use, you can find a link to its detailed documentation from http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/support/index.shtml
Regarding SPE spectra, it depends if you want to simulate individual solar events or the total proton fluence in a certain mission period.
For the latter, for example, you can get the total fluence predicted by the ESP model through the SPENVIS interface: http://www.spenvis.oma.be/ After you have registered (it's open and free) you look at the MULASSIS module. At the end of the user input process, you can get directly a Geant4 macro with the spectrum in GPS format.
[If you prefer to stay with the PrimaryGenerator from the radioprotection examples, you can get the ESP differential spectra from SPENVIS anyway. But I would recommend the GPS because of the many features it offers]
Please have a look as well at the 2 PPTs on "Primary particle" at http://geant4.in2p3.fr/2007/prog/prog.htm
Don't hesitate to contact me for further details
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