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by default quasi-elastic scattering is taken into account with cascade and string models of Geant4. In majority of models it is nearly impossible to separate this reaction channel from the rest. Only QGSP string model has separated channel "Quasi-elastic" and a separate model which sample final state taken into account Fermi motion. This model is applicable for high energy, however, quasi-elastic sub-model can be used for lower energies, I am not ready to tell what is the lowest energy limit. You may try to study this model.