In Ethereum two types of accounts are there.EOA and contract account.Does quorum run in samy way that means it is similar like ethereum.
Just like Ethereum, Quorum also only has two types of accounts. Basically it's a geth fork with the following enhancements:
Privacy - Quorum supports private transactions and private contracts through public/private state separation and utilising Constellation, a peer-to-peer encrypted message exchange for directed transfer of private data to network participants
Alternative Consensus Mechanisms - with no need for POW/POS in a permissioned network, Quorum instead offers multiple consensus mechanisms that are more appropriate for consortium chains
Peer Permissioning - node/peer permissioning using smart contracts, ensuring only known parties can join the network
Higher Performance - Quorum offers significantly higher performance than public geth
They have a very good documentation in their github project.