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Let me comment on your questions to Vladimir.
The G4QElastic Process is a rather complex fit to experimental data; the fit is done in Mandelstam t versus energy versus isotope. I don't think it would be easy to change parameters, and still get a good description of data.
Binary Cascade internally uses Precompound model for interactions where the kinetic energy of the primary is less than 45 MeV, ( not 30 MeV). However Precompound can be up to few hundred MeV. So, you can use with precompound only. If you are willing to compare results to your data, your experience with Binary Cascade would be very welcome.
In our thin target comparisons, Bertini Cascade is slightly worse in the range of energies (below 100 MeV) you are interested in.
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